Best Alternatives for More than One Variable
As discussed in Chapter 5, the design to be used when all the factors involved in the experiment are of interest to the investigation, that is, we want to find out what impact they have on the response variable, is a factorial design. Designs of this sort study the effect of each factor individually, as well as any interactive influence some factors combined with others could have on the response variable.
KeywordsResponse Variable Factorial Design Domain Knowledge Principal Effect Development Paradigm
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