Created by:   McMaster University

  • Kevin Dunn

    Taught by:    Kevin Dunn, Assistant Professor

    Chemical Engineering
LevelIntermediate
Commitment2 to 3 hours of lectures and assessments per week, over 5 weeks of study
Language
English, Subtitles: Spanish, Portuguese (Brazilian)
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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4.8 stars
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 of 185 ratings

Thank you for your fantastic presentations. This material helped so much in my education and may be I'll use it in my work.

Highly recommended introductory course for anyone getting into experimentation. I found the starting point appropriate for total novices (though for someone with some background, the pacing felt very slow and repetitive at times), but there was a well-defined progression from the simplest to more advanced concepts.

I would have appreciated some more theoretical content, both foundational and advanced, and the pacing/structure could use some rethinking to avoid staleness, but overall this is a very nice introduction to important aspects of design of experiments and optimization.

Nice course to start with if you want to jump into DOE

The content of the course it's excellent