Design of Experiments Guide > Full Factorial Designs > Example of a Full Factorial Design
Publication date: 08/13/2020

Example of a Full Factorial Design

In this example, you construct a full factorial design to study the effects of five two-level factors (Feed Rate, Catalyst, Stir Rate, Temperature, and Concentration) on the yield of a reactor. Because there are five factors, each at two levels, the full factorial design includes at least 25 = 32 runs. For smaller screening designs involving this experimental situation, see Additional Examples of Screening Designs in the Screening Designs section.

In this example, you load the responses and factors from existing tables. When designing a new experiment on your own, enter the responses and factors manually. See Responses and Factors.

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