Record the outcomes of your optimization arrays to store them, inspect their improvements visually and support them with bivariant statistical analyses.
Store complete optimization tables
Register your optimization work into comfortable and fully-tunable tables.
- Add as many entries as you need
- Choose all the variables changed experimentally to evaluate the process, as well as the outcome measures
- Sort and manipulate entries to gain better insights
- Export it to Microsoft Excel files
- Obtain graphical overviews and statistical analyses
- Customize the table as you wish
Analyze the progress of the optimization
Compare in an easy and visual way the step of the optimization process to:
- Distinguish which entries are associated to the best system performances
- Analyze the evolution of each variable (either dependent or independent)
- Quickly sort the optimization outcomes
Find variables correlations throughout the optimization
Evaluate the behaviour of any dependent variable in contrast to the evolution of an independent variable.
- Inspect visually which is the impact of an independent variable (e.g. temperature) increase with respect to a particular outcome (e.g. yield)
- Infer the correlation degree between the two variables through the Pearson coefficient
- Decide whether to carry out further experimental tests depending on the global evolution
Obtain automated statistical analyses
Supply your optimization data and obtain instant descriptive statistical analyses.
- Contrast the variables among them to prepare scatter plots, bar charts or contingency tables. Just pick the variables that you wish to contrast and the software will present the most convenient analysis.
- Consult the correlation matrix to inspect which variables are most correlated among them.
Infer the importance of the variables
Take advantage of the Machine Learning techniques included in ORCOD to quantify the importance of the variables evaluated in the optimization process and to plan future tests.
The importance reflects how strong is the effect of a particular variable (e.g. Temperature, atmosphere, stirring, etc.) with regards to a specific output (e.g. Yield, conversion, reaction time, etc.).