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Back Calculate Power From DOE

Nov 9, 2017 9:30 AM
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Hi,

I have a DOE experiment and I am happy with the data produced and the model fit. Is there any way to generat power analysis numbers from the noise of this data to use for future experiments?

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Re: Back Calculate Power From DOE

Not sure exactly what you are looking for. For the anticipated error most people use the Root Mean Square Error in future calculations and, of course, you already have the parameter estimates. You might also want to look at your model fit results and then from the red triangle choose Estimates > Parameter Power. Hopefully something here is what you are looking for.

Dan Obermiller