Design of Experiments (DOE)

DOE stands for “Design of Experiments.” It is a statistical method used to plan, conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments in order to find the best combination of input variables (also known as factors) that will lead to the desired output or response. The goal of DOE is to efficiently and effectively gather information about the relationship between the input variables and the output, and to use this information to optimize the process or product being studied. DOE is commonly used in fields such as engineering, manufacturing, chemistry, and psychology, among others.