The View from Eigenvector

EigenNews and EigenViews from Barry and the Eigenvector staff.

The View from Eigenvector

Eigenvector University 2007

Apr 28, 2007

Our annual series of chemometrics short courses starts tomorrow morning, April 29. So I’m sitting here at the Washington Athletic Club and enjoying a beverage and thinking about the week to come. We’re all set–the computers were delivered this morning and Scott came and installed software this afternoon. Jeremy will come tomorrow morning with all […]

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DataSet Object — Letter to MathWorks March 15, 2007

Apr 19, 2007

Dear [MathWorks]: It seems to me that the best solution to the DataSet Object (DSO) conflict is that we merge the functions and create something that is compatible with both systems. The resulting code could be something that you manage provided that we have some say on what functionality gets added so that it doesn’t […]

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DataSet Object Conflict

Apr 18, 2007

In 2001 the software developers at EvRI (at the time that was Neal, Rasmus and myself) started thinking about how we could improve the organization of the data sets users analyze with PLS_Toolbox. The problem was that a typical data set contains a fair number of pieces, (including the data matrix, wavelength and/or time axes, […]

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Welcome to “The View from Eigenvector”

Apr 14, 2007

The word “view” has many definitions. One of them is “a scene or vista,” and in fact, the picture at the top of this page is what I see out my office window here in Wenatchee, Washington. The mountains on the left and center are the Stuart range, and on the right you see Mt. […]

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