Conducting and Analysing Plant Trials

Conducting and Analysing Plant Trials specifically covers the conduct and analysis of mineral processing plant trials, including paired testings, randomised block designs, analysing trial data by modelling with regression analysis, and cusum charts. The practical aspects of running a trial are also discussed. The first day covers the statistical methodologies, and the second day involves participants working on real case studies in small groups. A full set of notes is provided, plus Excel spreadsheets for many of the methods discussed.

Duration:2 days
AUD 3,41511-12 September 2019 | Perth, Western Australia
Course Delivery:Public course (custom in-house courses are also available on request)
Special Rates:Group rates available for sending three or more participants - contact us

 

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Monograph:

Professor Tim Napier-Munn has published a book entitled Statistical Methods for Mineral Engineers: How to design Experiments and Analyse Data. Please click here for further information and to order your copy.

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