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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dendrite_International,_Inc._v._Doe_No._3

Dendrite International, Inc. v. Doe No. 3, A-2774-00T3 (2001), is a New Jersey Superior Court case in which Dendrite International, Inc., a purveyor of computer software used in the pharmaceutical industry, brought a John Doe lawsuit against individuals who had anonymously posted criticisms of the company on a Yahoo ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Doe

1969, only one Supreme Court case, three court of appeals' decisions, and one district court decision in the previous quarter-century featured an anonymous individual as the sole or lead plaintiff. Between 1969 and January 22, 1973, the date when the Supreme Court decided Roe and Doe, ...

www.itl.nist.gov/div898/handbook/pri/section3/pri3332.htm

FIGURE 3.2 A 23 Two-level, Full Factorial Design; Factors X1, X2, X3. (The arrows show the direction of increase of the factors.) 3d cube showing the factor level settings. 23 implies 8 runs, Note that if we have k factors, each run at two levels, there will be 2k different combinations of the levels. In the present case, k = 3 and ...

www.itl.nist.gov/div898/handbook/pri/section1/pri13.htm

Obtain buy-in from all parties involved. Maintain effective ownership of each step in the experimental plan. Preserve all the raw data--do not keep only summary averages! Record everything that happens. Reset equipment to its original state after the experiment. The Sequential or Iterative Approach to DOE. Planning to do a ...

blog.minitab.com/blog/applying-statistics-in-quality-projects/design-of-experiments-fractionating-and-folding-a-doe

Jun 19, 2012 ... 4 3 Comments. Design of experiments (DOEs) is a very effective and powerful statistical tool that can help you understand and improve your processes, and design better products. DOE lets you assess the main effects of a process as well as the interaction effects (the effect of factor A, for example, may be ...

asq.org/sixsigma/2008/07/3-factor-doe-template.xls

1, Quality Tools. 2. 3, Design of Experiments. 4. 5, Description. 6, This template illustrates DOE or Design of Experiments sometimes called a Statistically Designed Experiment. A detailed discussion of DOE can be found at www.ASQ. org, Run Order, Boost, Moist, Cycle, AxB, AxC, BxC, AxBxC, Trial 1, Trial 2, Trial 3 , Trial 4 ...

www.statsoft.com/Textbook/Experimental-Design

The general mechanism of generating fractional factorial designs at 3 levels (3**( k-p) designs) is very similar to that described in the context of 2**(k-p) designs. Specifically, you start with a full factorial design, and then use the interactions of the full design to construct "new" ...

www.researchgate.net/post/If_I_am_having_a_DOE_with_4_factors_and_3_levels_is_it_single_replication_should_be_enough_for_my_case

I understand that your design is of 34 = 3*3*3*3 (4 factors each at 3 levels). In this case if you are doing a full factorial design than you'll have 81 factor combinations (test conditions); you are going to need at least 2 replicates for each combination (total = 81*2 = 162 observations) to have enough degrees of freedom (dof) to ...

doe2.com/download/doe-22/DOE22Vol3-Topics.pdf

DOE-2.2 BUILDING ENERGY USE AND COST ANALYSIS PROGRAM. Volume 3 : Topics. E. O. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Simulation Research Group. Berkeley, California 94720. James J. Hirsch & Associates. 12185 Presilla Road. Camarillo, CA 93012-9243. Phone 805.553.9000 • Fax 805.532.2401.