Use Analyze Binary Response for Definitive Screening Design to analyze a designed experiment that has a binary response. You can analyze your design after you create or define a screening design and add response data. Response data should be organized in two columns in your worksheet. One column contains the number of successes or events of interest and one column that contains the number of trials.
For example, a group of engineers wants to investigate the effects of 7 factors on a qualitative attribute of their product. After the engineers collect the data, they enter the number of successes and the number of events into two empty columns in the worksheet and analyze the design.
The sections that follow are about definitive screening designs. For more information on the analysis of a Plackett-Burman screening design in Minitab, go to Overview for Analyze Factorial Design
If you have a continuous response variable, use Analyze Definitive Screening Design.