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Do "Factors" in a Design of Experiment need to be Independent of each other?

Discussion in 'DOE - Design of Experiments' started by Srinath Bayya, Oct 12, 2016.

  1. Srinath Bayya

    Srinath Bayya New Member

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    Hello.

    Do factors need to be Independent of each other in an experimental design? Let's say Independent factors in my experiment are X,Y,Z

    So if I'm designing an experiment, Is it appropriate to take these 3 factors if it is known that a change in X results in change in Y or Z?

    Looking forward to your answer..

    Thank you.
     
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