This course deals with the concepts and techniques that are used in the design and analysis of experiments. The course primarily focuses on direct marketing applications, but it is also relevant for someone interested in designing experiments in the fields of physical, chemical, biological, medical, economic, social, psychological, and industrial sciences; engineering; or agriculture. This course teaches you how to design efficient marketing experiments with more than one factor, analyze the results that your experiments yield, and maximize the information that is gleaned from a marketing campaign. Factorial and fractional factorial designs are discussed in greater detail.
Learn How To
Determine the appropriate sample size for your tests.
Apply the principles of balance, orthogonality, randomization, replication, block designs, factorial designs, and fractional layouts.
Build efficient experimental designs that generate as much information as possible for minimum cost.
Identify challenges associated with analyzing experimental designs.
Test as many factors as possible in each campaign.
Apply well-known experimental design practices to direct marketing efforts.
Who Should Attend
Business analysts, market researchers, and anyone interested in designing, conducting, and analyzing experiments specially for marketing campaigns
Before attending this course, you should;
Have a strong interest in experimentation.
Have at least an introductory-level familiarity with statistics and regression modeling. You can gain this experience by completing the course Statistics II: ANOVA and Regression or equivalent training.
SAS Products Covered
Introduction to Experimentation
Designed experiments: Why they matter.
Designed experiments: What they are.Simple Designs: Testing a Single Factor
Design of experiments: terminology.
Power and sample size. Complex Designs: Testing Multiple Factors
Two 2-level factors.
Blocking.More Complex Designs: Too Many Treatments
Fractional factorials and orthogonal arrays.
The hands-on lab is preconfigured to support this course and will not support hands-on practice for all your enrolled courses.