285-What Every Engineer Should Know About the Design and Analysis of Engineering Experiments II
Steven Kushnick, PE
I'm sorry, but this course needs work: The author uses terms he does not define, leaving the reader bewildered and in need of third-party references. Some of the explanation of concepts has been omitted, with an example substituted for the missing instruction. Examples are handy, but absent instruction, the reader is left to struggle with how to modify the example for real-life problems (or for the test problems). I had to go online to look up information that should have been part of the course. I passed the test with good marks, but the learning was an unreasonable struggle and I feel I should have a better understanding of the material covered. I cannot recommend this course, or the prior course #283, unless you have already taken advanced statistics courses or you have SPC or similar training.
Statistics and experiment design are inseparable companion tools.
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