Design of Experiments Guide > Full Factorial Designs > Example of a Full Factorial Design
Publication date: 05/24/2021

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 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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