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albiruni81

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Definitive Screeening Design

May I know which JMP version was Definitive Screening design was introduced?

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Dan_Obermiller

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Re: Definitive Screeening Design

I believe it was version 11.

Dan Obermiller
Kevin_Anderson

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Re: Definitive Screeening Design

Brad Jones and Chris Nachtsheim published the paper in the Journal of Quality Technology Vol. 43, No. 1, January 2011.

 

I agree...I think it was JMP11.

albiruni81

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Re: Definitive Screeening Design

Is there  a presentation/paper that explain the difference between the definitive screening design and the standard screening design. I am currently using JMP 5 version

txnelson

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Re: Definitive Screeening Design

I did a simple search of the JMP web site, and found the following:

Using Definitive Screening Designs to Get More Information from Fewer Trial

It has a couple of webcasts and links to a slide presentation and to the original paper by Grad Jones from JMP  and Chris Nachtsheim from the Univ. of Minn.

Jim
albiruni81

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Re: Definitive Screeening Design

Thanks

Peter_Bartell

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Re: Definitive Screeening Design

I think there were scripts/Add Ins starting to populate the JMP universe when version 10 was the current release? Don't hold me to it though...

txnelson

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Re: Definitive Screeening Design

JMP 11 incorporates Definitive Screening Design capabilities that handle continuous factors and 2-level categorical factors. This add-in provides similar capabilities for JMP 9 and JMP 10.

Definitive Screening Addin

Jim
MikeD_Anderson

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Re: Definitive Screeening Design

I don't think the Add-in has been updated though, so it's missing a bunch of refinements to DSD's that have come since version 11.  Most notably the 2 step forward selection algorithm in JMP 13.  The DSD's are incredible in their own right, but it's the analysis method that is the real secret sauce for the workflow.  

 

@albiruni81 if you are doing Experimental Design and need to do screening it's absolutely a tool you need in your kit.  Also, if you're still running JMP 5, there are so many reasons to update:  Graph Builder, The Screening Platforms... There are too many to list.  

 

Best,

 

M

Peter_Bartell

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Re: Definitive Screeening Design

To pile onto my colleague Mike Anderson's comment on adding DSDs to your screening design tool kit...I'm reminded of one of JMP's Analytically Speaking webinars where Stu Hunter commented something akin to, "...DSDs render 2**(k-p) RES III and IV designs essentially obsolete..." Nuff said.