DOE Toolkit Demo

To download the demo version of the DOE Toolkit:


Click on the DOE Toolkit.zip icon directly above.
When prompted, download the DOE Toolkit.zip file to your computer.

If you are running Windows we recommend that you download the zip file to your Downloads directory.  Before you extract files in the zip file, we suggest that you first create a directory on your PC -- call it DOE Toolkit.  This directory will receive the extracted files.  Then proceed to extract the files, telling your unzip program to deposit the extracted files in the DOE Toolkit directory.

 

If you are running on a Mac, when you download the zip file you will be prompted to open (unzip) the file.  When you do so, you will see that your Downloads folder now contains a folder named DOE Toolkit.  Copy the DOE Toolkit folder to some location on your Mac (e.g., your Documents folder).


The DOE Toolkit folder contains a Wolfram Language Package (.wl file extension) named DOE Toolkit.wl.  This package  contains the definitions of the DOE functions supported by the DOE Toolkit and it must be loaded into your Mathematica notebook before you can use any of the functions it provides.

To load the DOE Toolkit.wl package into your notebook, you must evaluate the Get function in your Mathematica notebook and provide the path to the DOE Toolkit.wl package as input to the Get function.

 

For Windows:
Suppose that after downloading and unzipping the zip file, you extracted its files to the DOE Toolkit directory on your C: drive.  So now you have a directory named C:\DOE Toolkit on your PC.  To load the DOE Toolkit.wl package into your notebook, you would evaluate the Get function in your Mathematica notebook like so:


    Get[“C:\\DOE Toolkit\\DOE Toolkit
.wl”]

Note how the back-slash characters are doubled, which tells Mathematica to treat the “\\” as a literal backslash character.

For Macintosh:

Suppose that after downloading and unzipping the zip file, you copied the DOE Toolkit folder to your Documents folder.  To load the DOE Toolkit.wl package into your notebook, you would evaluate the Get function in your Mathematica notebook like so:

    Get["~/Documents/DOE Toolkit/DOE Toolkit.wl"]

For Linux:

Suppose that after downloading and unzipping the zip file, you copied the DOE Toolkit folder to your home directory.  To load the DOE Toolkit.wl package into your notebook, you would evaluate the Get function in your Mathematica notebook like so:

    Get["~/DOE Toolkit/DOE Toolkit.wl"]

Once the DOE Toolkit.wl package has been loaded into your notebook, you can call any of the DOE Toolkit functions in your notebook.

The demo imposes the following restrictions on the designs it allows you to create:

No design can have more than 4 factors and no factor can have more than 3 levels. 

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