In pharmaceutical and other industries that rely on spectroscopy and multivariate calibration for quality control of manufacturing processes, optimizing the analysis of spectral data is imperative. Using a tool that is specifically designed with spectral analytics in mind can make the job faster, easier and more reliable.
What do we mean by pre-processing of data, and why is it needed? Let's take a look at some data pre-processing methods and how they help create better models when using Principle Component Analysis (PCA) and other methods of data analytics.
In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at a feature of the SIMCA data analytics software called the Omics skin. So what exactly is an “omics” skin?
In this blog post we will take a closer look at OPLS*, or Orthogonal PLS, a method to model process data. The advantage of OPLS compared to PLS is that you can uncover hidden details and get a more precise understanding of your data – all of which will help you build better predictive models of your processes.
In a previous blog post we discussed how SIMCA-online can help you make complex data simple and ensure that you get maximum value from your data.
In this blog post we will introduce a number of benefits of the newly released versions of SIMCA 15 and SIMCA-online 15. To mention just a few things, you get a much improved ability to model and control complete processes, including processes with a very high complexity. You also get a much better connection between SIMCA and SIMCA-online so that information can flow in both ways.
Using advanced data analytics models in real time opens up a whole new world of possibilities for improving your production processes. Not only does real-time process monitoring provide a level of confidence in your process performance, it can also help improve the overall quality of your production output.
Analyzing batch process data is a lot like juggling. You have multiple sets of data from different sources and in order to turn them into a meaningful presentation, you need a method of handling them to make sure they are all in the right place at the right time.