Teaching Design of Experiments in Chemistry Info Kit

State-of-the-art resources for teaching state-of-the-art DOE

The chemical industry has a growing demand for skills to plan experiments and analyze experimental data. Students recognize that one-factor-at-a-time approaches and classical textbook designs won’t get them very far in the real world. The answer? Proficiency in design of experiments (DOE) techniques. But teaching DOE concepts can be a challenge. Register for this complimentary info kit and see how DOE teaching resources from JMP can help you and your students succeed.

Highly interactive, visual and flexible, JMP® makes teaching state-of-the-art DOE both effective and fun. See for yourself! With the materials in this info kit, you can:

  • Watch our demos to see how the experimental design tools in JMP are integrated with powerful data exploration and analysis capabilities.
  • Follow step-by-step instructions to get your own hands-on experience with the flexible Custom Designer and modern Definitive Screening Design platform.
  • Learn how a variety of complimentary teaching resources and ongoing support from the JMP Academic Program can help you achieve your DOE teaching objectives.

Register to get the info kit now.

This info kit includes:

Introductory Webinar

Teaching Design of Experiments

JMP Academic Ambassador Volker Kraft introduces DOE in JMP, gives a live demo for Custom Design and Definitive Screening Design, and provides an overview of teaching resources for DOE.

Hands-on package

Try it yourself

Aligned with the webinar above, this package provides a JMP Journal with links to resources, step-by-step instructions for Custom Design and Definitive Screening Design in JMP and sample data sets.

Note: The hands-on exercises can be completed using the JMP trial version available at jmp.com/trial.

Sample chapter

Training course material on Custom Design

This training course excerpt from SAS Education will give you a glimpse of the type of in-depth materials available in several DOE trainer kits – all free of charge for academic use.

Get the info kit. Register now.
  Please subscribe me to JMP Newswire, the monthly newsletter for JMP users.
  Yes, you may send me emails occasionally about JMP products and services. I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time by clicking the opt-out link in the emails.

JMP is a division of SAS Institute Inc. Your information will be handled in accordance with the SAS Privacy Statement.


Back to Top