Advanced Spectroscopic Techniques course will cover strategies that lead to an improvement in calibration procedures for on-line and laboratory multi-wavelength spectrometers. Join us in the next step to a more in-depth look at specific and real-world applications. Sign up now.
The August 2016 Infometrix eNews was recently published. Included in this newsletter:
-Feature: The Importance of Data Exploration!
-Tech Tip: Choosing the Number of Samples
-After Further Review…
Read the latest article “Chemometric recognition of genetically distinct oil families in the Los Angeles basin, California” published in AAPG Bulletin, v. 100, no. 1 (January 2016), pp. 115–135, under authors K. E. Peters, T. L.Wright, L. S. Ramos, J. E. Zumberge, and L. B. Magoon. The article discusses the chemometric analysis and identification of six genetically distinct Miocene tribes (12 families) in the Los Angeles basin. The resulting families were used as a training set to construct a chemometric decision tree used for classification on any additional samples of crude oil or source-rock extract that become available.
For quality control process and chemical fingerprinting analysis with use of the Infometrix Profiler, see recently added presentation by GW Pharmaceuticals’ on “Quality Assessments for an Organically-Complex Drug – Part 1 – Background and the Chemometrics Role“.