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Multivariate Data Analysis Solutions for FTIR Spectrophotometry

Published: Friday, November 05, 2010
Last Updated: Friday, November 05, 2010
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Shimadzu Scientific Instruments and CAMO Software have announced a partnership that will enable Shimadzu to expand its capabilities for FTIR spectrophotometry. Shimadzu will now provide CAMO Software’s multivariate data analysis (MVDA) software, The Unscrambler® to FTIR customers requiring chemometric analysis.

The Unscrambler® is a complete Multivariate Analysis and Experimental Design (DoE) software solution that is equipped with powerful methods, including PCA, Multivariate Curve Resolution (MCR), PLS Regression, 3-Way PLS Regression, Clustering (K-Means), SIMCA and PLSDA Classification.

“Multivariate quantitation and other statistical data analyses are required in nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals and food technology,” said John Monti, Ph.D., spectroscopy product manager for Shimadzu. “With the availability of The Unscrambler®, from CAMO Software, Shimadzu can now offer R&D and QA in these industries a more complete FTIR solution.”

Shimadzu’s FTIR customers will now benefit from The Unscrambler® features, including exploratory analysis, multivariate regression analysis, classification and experimental design.


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