Full Factorial Design

Two- and three-level orthogonal arrays that include every possible combination between the experimental factors. Full factorial experimental designs use degrees of freedom to account for all the main effects and all interactions between factors included in the experimental array. Basically, all interactions beyond two-way interactions are likely to be of negligible consequence. Thus, there is little need to use large arrays to rigorously evaluate such rare and unlikely three-way interactions and above.

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