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Publication date: 11/10/2021

Example of the Mixture Profiler

This example uses the sample data table There are three mixture components (p1, p2, and p3) and one response (Y). There are constraints on the component levels. This data table already contains a saved prediction formula column for the response.

1. Select Help > Sample Data Library and open

2. Select Graph > Mixture Profiler.

3. Select Pred Formula Y and click Y, Prediction Formula.

4. Select Y from the Y, Prediction Formula role and click Remove.

Note: The Y column role is set to Y in the Columns list. The role automatically assigns columns in launch windows. In this case, the Y column was assigned to the Y role when the mixture profiler was launched. However, the Y column does not contain a formula, and the Mixture Profiler Y column requires a formula column.

5. Click OK.

Figure 6.4 Example of Mixture Profiler 

Example of Mixture Profiler

Use the factor sliders to explore how changes impact the response. The unshaded region is the feasible region for this data set.

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