Column: Chemometrics in Spectroscopy

Jun 01, 2011
The detailed examination of the spectral behavior of three-component mixtures continues.
May 01, 2011
In the last four columns we described the theory of what should happen when we perform classical least squares calculations on mixtures when Beer's law applies. In this column we take our first look at what actually does happen.
Feb 11, 2011
The connection between the mathematics of classical least squares and the graphical displays used to present it is examined in further detail.
Oct 01, 2010
The authors continue their ongoing discussion of classical least squares with a look at spectroscopic theory.
Jun 01, 2010
The authors continue their discussion of the classical least squares approach to calibration.
May 01, 2010
In this month's installment of "Chemometrics in Spectroscopy," the authors begin a new subseries with the goal of explaining the classical least squares algorithm.
Oct 01, 2009
In this installment, columnists Jerome Workman and Howard Mark describe the statistical underpinnings related to computation and interpretation of chemometric methods and statistics for reporting clinical quantitative measurement methods.
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