A full factorial experiment with four factors run by a golf enthusiast. The objective of the experiments was for the golfer to maximize her driving distance at a specific tee off location on her local golf course. The golfer considered the following factors:
T = Tee height (cm)
H = Holes the golf ball had been played for prior to the experimental tee shot
C = Club type
D = Time of day (on the 24 hour clock)
The data are in standard order, however the actual experiments were run in random order.
Coded values for
D should be used in the linear
regression model analysis, with
-1 representing the low value and
A data.frame containing 16 observations of 4 variables (A, B, C, D, with y as a response variable.)
A MOOC on Design of Experiments: “Experimentation for Improvement”, http://learnche.org
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