How Taguchi Designs Differ from Factorial Designs
Taguchi’s L8 design, for example, is actually a standard 2 3 (8-run) factorial design. Taguchi's designs are usually highly fractionated, which makes them very attractive to practitioners. Doing a half-fraction, quarter-fraction or eighth-fraction of a full factorial design greatly reduces costs and time needed for a designed experiment.
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