Think you know how to design an experiment? This quiz series, created in partnership with JMP, will put your skills to the test.
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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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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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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Think you know about experimentation?— Chemistry World (@ChemistryWorld) 4 February 2019
We've teamed up with @JMP_software to test your knowledge. Find the first in our series of quizzes here: https://t.co/6e02hOpKC7
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In an experiment, you should only change one variable at a time. Is that...
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