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  1. Hello Rahul, thanks for the link. The video was really helpful. Are there similar videos for the explanation and derivation of each plot?
  2. Hello together, I was wondering if there are some kind of tutorials or explanations of the post-processing plots of HyperStudy. I'm trying to understand how ever data set in HyperStudy is been calculated and how every plot is created. Especially the pareto plot, the ordination plot and the linear effects plot are interesting to me. In all the ebooks and overviews I've read hasn't been a complete explanation how HyperStudy creates these plots. Are there some video tutorials or pdf documents where maybe an example is calculated to show which methods are used? It would be a great help if someone has any documents, videos or experiences where I can get this information. I can't really estimate if this is already to deep into learning the program or maybe I just didn't find the right files. I hope somebody can help me out on this topic. Cheers Max
  3. Hi Hyperman, thanks for the note on the ebook. I've read it through and I have some additional questions. I really try to understand all of the post-processing values. Some of them I still don't understand or understand where the numbers come from. I have listed some values here: 1) in the Integrity Plot in the category health: How are Bad Values und Excluded Values defined? 2) in the Integrity Plot in the category quality: How are all the Max Bound 99%, Max Bound 95%, Max Bound 90%, Min Bound 90%, Min Bound 95%, Min Bound 99% values defined? 3) with which exakt Methode is the ordination plot been made? I found a link where they say a Principal Component Analysis is used. But do they use an orthogonal or a linear regression to build the variance? 4) I did a convergence analysis to get an impression when an output value converges to the final distribution of values etc. Have you any experience how many runs a study (depending on the specification) has to have to get a valid result. I hope you can help me out here again.
  4. Hello Guys, is there such a thing as a users guide for DOEs and especially for the post processing opportunities? I am using the software a few days and I'm wondering what all the post processing monitors show and how the numbers are calculated. Can you help me to understand these thing a bit better? Cheers Max
  5. Hello together, is it possible to define and save a result (graph) in the output response window as a vector with all the given points instead of just evaluate one result for a specific point. For example: I have the given curve as shown in the picture. Now i want to save this curve or graph as a vector or in a similar format. With the tutorials I can only read out one specific value of the curve at one given point. But my aspiration is it to save the whole curve, to display it or use it for a vectorial calculation. Do you have any advise how i can do this with hyperstudy? Is it possible to do this in the define output response window? Thanks in advance and cheers
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