JEDIS: The JMP® Experimental Design Iterative Solver -- Version 3.1
Jan 17, 2020 10:59 AM
The JMP® Experimental Design Iterative Solver (JEDIS) is an add-in for JMP® software that helps automate the design of experiments process within JMP® in a user-friendly manner. JEDIS builds multiple test designs in JMP® over user-specified ranges of sample sizes, signal-to-noise ratios (SNR) and alpha (1-confidence) levels. It then automatically calculates the statistical power to detect an effect due to each factor and any specified interactions for each design. When finished, JEDIS presents the statistical power versus design metrics in interactive plots and stores the data in an easy-to-use format. JEDIS supports generating factorial and optimal designs, but does not currently support generating split-plot designs. The JEDIS Light feature can compute power for a premade design table, including premade split-plot designs, over ranges of SNRs and alpha levels.
Some of the source code used in JEDIS is based on the AFOTEC Power Tool Add-in. In particular, the code for the approximate most conservative power is based off their source code. Credit to Susan Sorenson and Nicholas Garcia in HQ AFOTEC A2/9 March 2016.
Version 3.1 includes bug-fixes over version 3.0 (the version presented at JMP Discovery) regarding saving and loading tables (details in add-in code change-log).