Multivariate IR Microspectroscopy Analysis Training Course
Multivariate IR Microspectroscopy Analysis Training - Unscrambler X
The Multivariate IR Microspectroscopy Analysis Training is a general, multipurpose introductory course for people interested in learning about CAMO Unscrambler X
- 11/11/20142014-11-11 - 12/11/20142014-11-12
- Diamond Light Source, Oxfordshire, UK
A multipurpose introductory course into CAMO Unscrambler X is being offered as part of the Multivariate IR Microspectroscopy Analysis training being organised by the B22 beamline. No prior knowledge of multivariate methods is required and it is aimed at researchers working with vibrational spectroscopy (IR and Raman) in order to provide a firm basis for working with multivariate methods and hands on training in the use of the dedicated analysis software.
The training is a 2-day course on multivariate data analysis for infrared microspectroscopy intended for current and future users of the MIRIAM beamline B22 at Diamond in multidisciplinary applications. It will concentrate on the hands-on use of The Unscrambler X software for mid-infrared spectra analysis, preceded by a general introduction to multivariate analysis.
THERE IS NO FEE TO ATTEND THE COURSE
Please see the Delegate Information page for futher details on the course and how to apply.
FUNDED ACCOMMODATION FOR JUNIOR SCIENTISTS/STUDENTS IS AVAILABLE
If you have any questions, please email the Diamond Events Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01235 778431.
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- Introduction to multivariate data modeling
- Principles and applications of Principal Component Analysis (PCA)
- Multivariate regression: Multilinear Regression (MLR), Principal Component Regression (PCR), Partial Least Squares (PLS) Regression
- Relevant data collection
- Pretreatment and scaling
- Detecting and dealing with Outliers
- Basic rules for successful data analysis