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Jun 19, 2013 9:36 AM
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Hi,

I am designing an experiment using Custom Design in JMP. I need to know where exactly the "minimum number of runs" is coming from. I searched in the documentation and just found an statement that "It is the minimum number of runs needed to perform the experiment with the effects I’ve added to the model". But this is not enough as a justification in my paper. I need to show the process of obtaining this minimum.

I appreciate any help on this.

Thanks!

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Re: DOE_Custom Design_minimum number of runs

Thank you very much for your useful explanation!

So, I am trying to figure out how it applies to my case, but don't get it exactly; I actually have 3 variables (each 2 levels) and 2 variable (each 3 levels); meaning 2^3*3^2 design. JMP gives me minimum of 8 runs for just having main effects (not any interactions). How this 8 is calculated?

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Re: DOE_Custom Design_minimum number of runs

Yes, they are categorical.

Thanks for your answer!

I am just wondering how you calculate it if I add two-way interactions as well?

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Re: DOE_Custom Design_minimum number of runs

The answer is 27

X1, X2, X3 main effects for two level categorical require 1 each

X4 and X5 main effects for three level require 2 each

X1*X2 and X1*X3 and X2*X3 two way interactions between the two level factors require 1 each

X1*X4 and X1*X5 and X2*X4 and X2*X5 and X3*X4 and X3*X5 two way interactions between the two and three level factors require 2 each

X4*X5 two way interactions between the two three level factors require 4

plus 1 for the y-intercept

I just use the simulate responses under the red triangle and look at the resulting report to get this.

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Re: DOE_Custom Design_minimum number of runs

Thanks!

I didn't know about "simulate response", so helpful! Thanks for mentioning it.