DOE Method CHEM-TP-SP2
In a Design of Experiments (DoE) study, the factors of interest are varied systematically from their lowest to highest value and all possible factor combinations are executed in the same set of experiments.
In a three-factor DoE with two levels (see graph to the right), the values may be represented in a cube where the corners display the eight test conditions. In a full factorial design, the resulting test conditions are calculated according to 2^3 = 8 test conditions that elicit eight distinct results.
The example to the right shows a schematic example of a full factorial design DoE leading to eight distinct test results with one optimum value (i.e. data highlighted in red).
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