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The Stat-Teaser Newsletter

"I am deeply impressed by the work you do to support the marketing of your products. To my knowledge there is no other company that publishes so many useful experience/success stories (e. g. the Stat-Teaser!) ... for the users of DOE software. Please continue in the same way!"
—Peter Bons, R&D Manager

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  1. March 2015

    New Split-Plot Tools a Soaring Success for Helicopter Development—Mark Anderson
    Understanding Aliasing of Fractional-Factorial Designs—Wayne Adams
    Stat-Ease Announces a Strategic Partner Agreement with CAMO Software
    The 1st Asian DOE User Meeting & Workshop this May in Goa, India
    Stat-Ease Welcomes Martin Bezener as Full-Time Statistician
    Workshop Schedule

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  2. September 2014

    Split-Plot Design for Cupcake Baking—Sebastian Hoffmeister, STATCON
    Not Listening In on What’s Being Said Behind Your Back—DOE Fine-Tunes Hearing Aids—Mark Anderson
    The 5th DOE User Meeting in Cambridge, UK—a Recap
    Workshop Schedule

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  3. April 2014

    Introducing Design-Expert Software, v9, with Split-Plots!
    Regressing the Rupee -- Part II -- Two of DX9's New Tools—Brooks Henderson
    Train Your Team on DOE with a Private On-Site Workshop
    Order New Design-Expert 9 Software Today & Save!
    Workshop Schedule

    Click here for a Japanese version.