Creates a data table containing a row for each response with a column called Response Name that identifies the responses. Four additional columns contain the Lower Limit, Upper Limit, Response Goal, and Importance. Saving responses enables you to quickly load them into a DOE window.
Note: To reproduce a screening design, you must enter the random seed before you select an option under Choose Screening Type. If you select a screening type, click Continue, and then enter a random seed, the resulting design might not match the design you previously obtained using that random seed.
A script called DOE Simulate is saved to the design table. This script re-opens the Model window, enabling you to re-simulate values or to make changes to the simulated response distribution.
Note: You can set a preference to always show Cotter designs. Select File > Preferences > Platforms > DOE and deselect Suppress Cotter Designs.
If the iterations of the algorithm require more than a few seconds, a Computing Design progress window appears. The progress bar displays Chi2 Efficiency. See Chi-Square Efficiency. If you click Cancel in the progress window, the calculation stops and gives the best design found at that point.
Note: You can set a preference for Design Search Time. Select File > Preferences > Platforms > DOE. Select Design Search Time and enter the maximum number of seconds. If an orthogonal array is found, the search terminates. In certain situations where more time is required, JMP automatically extends the search time.

Help created on 9/19/2017