Adds simulated responses to the table when you click Make Table. The simulated responses are created by taking random draws from the chosen distribution at the parameter values specified under Prior Mean. If a simulated response exceeds the specified test length, the observation is censored at the test length value.

Creates a design that minimizes the average prediction variance with respect to the prior distribution when predicting the time to failure over the Time range of interest at the failure probability specified in the Diagnostic Choices outline. See Diagnostic Choices.

Creates a design that minimizes the average prediction variance with respect to the prior distribution when predicting the failure probability over the Time range of interest specified in the Diagnostic Choices outline. See Diagnostic Choices.

Gives the N Monte Carlo Spheres option, which enables you to set the number of nonzero radius values used in the integration. To find a nonlinear design that optimizes a given optimality criterion, JMP must minimize the integral of the log of the determinant of the Fisher information matrix with respect to the prior distribution of the parameters. Such an integral must be calculated numerically. For details about how the integration is performed, see Nonlinear Design Options in Nonlinear Designs.