A Biologist’s Guide to Design of Experiments (DOE)
Design of Experiments (DOE) is the future. It is the key to unlocking the answers hidden in complex biological systems and broadens the possibilities of what science we can do.
This guidebook demystifies Design of Experiments methodology, outlines its fundamentals and gives step by step instructions how to run DOE. With this guide you’ll learn:
The top five reasons why scientists aren’t using DOE… yet
The one thing that makes the biggest difference between DOE and “one factor at a time” (OFAT)
The three most important factors for deciding whether or not to run a DOE in the first place
A tried-and-trusted six step method for planning and running a DOE
A detailed, practical example of how we’d go about creating a DOE design from scratch
Why should you learn more about DOE?
Higher precision and reduced variability
Less time, materials, and number of experiments needed
Start your journey today and speed your R&D programs to quicker insight and faster drug development through application of DOE.