A clean room engineer analyzes a response surface design to determine how seal time, temperature, and pressure affect the seal quality of the sealed trays. The response is binary-whether the seal is intact or not-in a sample of 800 tray seals.
You can use this data to demonstrate Analyze Binary Response for Response Surface Design.
|StdOrder||The order of the runs in standard order (also called Yates order).|
|RunOrder||The order of the runs in random order.|
|PtType||The point type.|
|Blocks||The blocks. In this design, all the design points are contained in a single block.|
|Time||The sealing time: 1.5, 2.5, or 3.5.|
|Temperature||The sealing temperature: 220, 245, or 270.|
|Pressure||The sealing pressure: 20, 30, or 40.|
|Sealed||The number of seals that are intact after testing.|
|Samples||The number of tray seals that are sampled.|