Design of Experiments Training

Targeted topics provide faster insights, leading to immediate results! Our interactive learning experience promotes real understanding of DOE methods and tools.

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Stat-Ease 360 Software

SE360 augments Design-Expert software with integration with Python scripting for data analysis, new Custom Graphs, and Gaussian process models for zero-error and noisy responses.

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Hosted Network Licensing Available

Our Hosted Network License allows you to run the software on multiple devices without requiring an on-premises license server. Ask us for a quote!

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Design-Expert Software

Best in class design of experiments software makes R&D easy with an intuitive interface and amazing graphics. Whether you are new to DOE or a seasoned pro, you'll make breakthrough improvements with Design‑Expert software.

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New-User Intro to Stat-Ease® 360 Software

A complete introduction to Stat-Ease DOE software, this free webinar provides new users with the tools needed to start planning your DOE.

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A better product. An improved process. Stat-Ease, armed with an expertise in design of experiments, has been helping people make breakthroughs since 1985. Find out how our industry-leading software and multi-modal training can help you improve your bottom line.

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Stat-Ease Software

Powerful Tools for Experimenters

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Make breakthrough improvements with Stat-Ease 360 or Design-Expert® software. Our software makes it incredibly simple to apply powerful multifactor testing tools.

Whether you are new to design of experiments or a pro, our straightforward, easy-to-use interface sits on top of a powerful statistical engine. You will not only screen for vital factors, but also locate ideal process settings for top performance & discover optimal product formulations.

The latest releases provide new Custom Graphs, a multi-response Analysis Summary view, and the ability to Import/Export data to Excel. View the software brochure here.


For information on the latest version, view our change log.

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Hands-on DOE Training

Learning at Your Convenience

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Learn design of experiments (DOE) your way! Stat-Ease offers premium training options for Design-Expert and Stat-Ease 360 alongside general DOE education.

Take advantage of our online eLearning modules designed for self-directed DOE learning, then work through our step-by-step software tutorials. Learn more by registering for a free one-hour webinar.

For comprehensive DOE education, enroll in our highly interactive instructor-led workshops for either process DOE or mixture formulations. Experienced experts lead our hands-on, case-study based courses. Whatever your educational style, we offer training that meets your needs.

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What's New

Feature Release

Version 23.1.4 Now Available

By Stat-Ease Programmers on June 3, 2024

All subscribers of Stat-Ease software or users with an active Annual Support & Maintenance plan are eligible to install and run the latest versions of Stat-Ease 360 or Design-Expert as they are released. Check our changelog for the details on what's new, and download the latest version from the Licenses tab in your account.

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Full 2024 Workshop Schedule Available

By Stat-Ease Training Team on May 10, 2024

Our public workshop schedule for the rest of 2024 is live! Register now for either our Mixture Design for Optimal Formulations or our Modern DOE for Process Optimization course. If you can't make the scheduled time, or if you have more than 5 people to train, contact us for options. We look forward to helping you save time and money with design of experiments!

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New 3-part series on Robust Design

By Richard Williams on May 28, 2024

Stat-Ease expert instructor Richard Williams has written a hefty series of blog posts on robust design. All three parts, plus a bonus follow-up from Stat-Ease Engineering Consultant Mark Anderson, are now live! Learn how to demonstrate robustness against external noise factors, internal process variation, and combinations of both.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Follow-Up by Mark Anderson