1. Factors and Levels
Enter your experimental design variable names (factors) and values (levels). Examples of factors are ‘color’, ‘size’, ‘shape’, etc. Examples of levels are ‘red’ and ‘blue’ for ‘color’; 10, 20, 30 for ‘size’; ‘square’ and ‘round’ for 'shape'.
2. DoE Table
Select the number of measured responses and DoE types. Enter your responses into the DoE table. Use the ‘Settings’ button to set up the particular design.
3. Factor Analysis
Study the effect size for each factor and response breakdown.
4. Regression Model
Select the regression model and create it by pressing the ‘Create the Model’ button. Study the statistics.
Use the buttons to find factor levels for minimum and maximum possible responses. Use sliders to fine-tune the response values.
International Lean Six Sigma Institute ILSSI
Cambridge, UK. The ILSSI was founded as a partnership for greater understanding and standardization between Lean Six Sigma professionals in the UK, Switzerland, EU, Africa, USA and the Middle-East with a focus on providing International collaboration, common understanding and standards for both Lean and Six Sigma principles, tools and techniques.
ILSSI runs an annual conference as well as offering training, certification, coaching and consulting services, directly and through its partner network.
Education is central to ILSSI activities. The institute's training and certification programs are divided by global region.
ILSSI have Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belts providing consulting and training services in South East Asia, the Middle-East, Africa, North America, South America and Europe.
The institute's corporate advisory arm offers strategic advice as well as project analysis and guidance to both commercial and not-for-profit clients
The Open Educator
by Prof. Shaheen Ahmed, Minnesota State University, United States. The resource contains thorough information on Experimental Design (Design of Experiments).
Six Sigma Certify
, Okinawa, Japan. The company trains professionals from over 120 contries about practical implementation of lean operations and Six Sigma.
, United Kindom. FMEA, SPC, OEE solutions.
, India. Offers training and consulting in Lean Six Sigma and Quality, with a special focus on Statistical Methods including but not limited to Experimental Design.
Link Theory To Practice
, Belgium. Link Theory To Practice provides funny, playful and practical games dedicated to learn Lean Six Sigma. Designed to involve learners, games are process simulators or automated DIY robots. Learners are immersed in industrial conditions in a virtual company and their mission is to improve process.