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Publication date: 08/13/2020

Group Orthogonal Supersaturated Designs

Create Group Orthogonal Supersaturated Designs

Group orthogonal supersaturated designs are a special case of screening designs. They are appropriate in early stage work when the number of factors to be investigated is larger than the number of feasible runs. A supersaturated design is a design with fewer observations than model parameters. That is, the design cannot estimate all main effects simultaneously. This makes detection of significant effects difficult. A group orthogonal supersaturated design is a special class of two-level supersaturated designs with properties that are desirable for model selection.

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Overview of Group Orthogonal Supersaturated Designs

Example of Group Orthogonal Supersaturated Designs

Launch the Group Orthogonal Supersaturated Designs Platform

Group Orthogonal Supersaturated Design Window

Specify Factors, Structure, and Make Design
Verify Design and Make Table

Group Orthogonal Supersaturated Design Options

Statistical Details for Group Orthogonal Supersaturated Designs

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