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Lisa
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Where is the binomial reliability calculation hiding?

I'm doing a binary test (pass/fail) and the number of acceptable failures depends on the sample size and acceptance/confidence limits. It's a binomial reliability calculation. I can find reliability lifetimes but no basic sample size calculator that takes failures into account. MiniTab has it clearly available, and I found very simple online calculators, but I need to document the calculations in JMP. Where is it? I'm not opposed to scripts, but this seems like something that should be readily available.

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Re: Where is the binomial reliability calculation hiding?

DOE > Sample Size and Power through JMP 12. DOE > Design Diagnostics > Sample Size and Power in JMP 13.

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Lisa
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Re: Where is the binomial reliability calculation hiding?

Thanks, but I've looked through here already. I don't see any options for evaluating reliability with binary outcomes when failures are possible. I see how to do time to failure testing, but that's different than having no time variable. I still don't see anything relevant.

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Re: Where is the binomial reliability calculation hiding?

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Re: Where is the binomial reliability calculation hiding?

Help > Books > Design of Experiments Guide. There is an entire chapter about the sample size and power calculators.

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