Test your experimental prowess

Think you know how to design an experiment? This quiz series, created in partnership with JMP, will put your skills to the test.

About the series

Throughout 2019, in partnership with JMP, Chemistry World is giving readers the opportunity to test their knowledge of design of experiments. You can challenge yourself with quizzes to see how much you already know and access supporting materials to improve your understanding.


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How to access

All the quizzes and supporting materials are available for free to registered users, subscribers and members of the Royal Society of Chemistry. All you need to do is complete a short survey to unlock the quizzes and material on this page.

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Created by SAS, JMP is the data analysis tool of choice for hundreds of thousands of scientists, engineers and other data explorers worldwide. Users leverage powerful statistical and analytic capabilities in JMP to discover the unexpected.

Quiz 2: Understanding processes

What sort of model is best to understand your data? How can good experiments help refine your processes? Take the quiz below to get started, and read more on Phil Kay's blog.

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Supporting materials

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Quiz 1: Too many possibilities?

How big is your possibility space? How many times do you need to repeat your tests, and how many properties can you change? Take the quiz below to get started, and read more on Phil Kay's blog.

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Webinars

Watch a range of free webinars developed by the experts at JMP to help improve your knowledge of design of experiments. You may need to register first.

  • Using a DoE mindset for successful experimentation

  • Start being predictable: improve your experimentation

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  • How to make analytical methods fit-for-purpose

  • Data analytics for analytical method development

  • Optimising your experimentation process using JMP: GSK case study

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