Recent Perspectives and Reviews from the Journal of Chemometrics

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  • Published: Jun 3, 2014
  • Channels: Chemometrics & Informatics
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Over the course of the last year, the the Journal of Chemometrics has published a series of perspective and review papers as well as a new column written by Richard Brereton from the University of Bristol which includes a review of the origins of chemometrics and a back-to-basics primer.

We hope that you enjoy a selection of these papers that we have provided links to here, which will be freely available to the chemometrics community until the end of the year.

Richard Brereton's Column

A short history of chemometrics: a personal view

Let us go back to basics

Perspectives

Perspectives from the Pioneers of the Chemometrics series

Chemometrics for the analysis of chromatographic data in metabolomics investigations

Review

Probabilistic model-based discriminant analysis and clustering methods in chemometrics

 

Related reading: Chemometrics in Excel.

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