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CAMO Software - Multivariate Data Analysis and Design of Experiments Case Studies


The Unscrambler® X: Assumption-Free Modeling and Monitoring of Batch Processes Batch modeling is a procedure that models processes changing over time, from an initial starting point to an end point, where the chemistry or biology is changing during the process. The best possible end product quality is achieved by adapting batch operations according to any detectable changes during processing, thus providing a control mechanism to drive a product towards its desired state.
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What is Multivariate Analysis? An introduction to the principles and common models used in multivariate data analysis.
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Infosheet: Wineyards & Wine Making Discover the opportunities with world-leading data analysis.
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SABMiller: Bringing Science to the Art of Brewing Better Beers Dr Adam Fenton is a Consumer Science Consultant for SABMiller, one of the world’s leading beer brewers. Adam is part of a technical group working very closely with their marketing group, whose role is to serve all brands and markets globally to help SABMiller brew better tasting beer. Adam has been using The Unscrambler® software for several years to get deeper insights into product development, branding and consumer segmentation.
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Nidar: Resolving Quality Issues in Food Manufacturing Resolving Quality Issues in Food Manufacturing With Advanced Data Analysis Makers of The Unscrambler®.
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BevScan: Through-the-Bottle NIR Wine Analyzer Jeffress Engineering Pty Ltd designs and manufactures laboratory and production testing devices for the sugarcane and wine industries. They have developed and maintained a worldwide reputation for quality mechanical engineering and innovative design since their origins over 60 years ago.
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