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EVRI-thing You Need to Know About How to Build and Deploy Instrument Standardization Models

Jun 2, 2020

June 2, 2020


Join us Tuesday, June 2 for the ninth installment of our webinar series “EVRI-thing You Need to Know About How to Build and Deploy Instrument Standardization Models.” Eigenvector’s Technology Principal Bob Roginski will present.

In an ideal world multivariate regression and classification models would last forever and be easily transferable between spectroscopic instruments. Unfortunately, instruments often drift over time and no two instruments produce identical responses. This results in a degradation of prediction performance. Instrument standardization or calibration transfer methods have been developed to address this. These tools are an important part of an overall model maintenance program.

In this webinar we’ll briefly discuss some effective methods for instrument standardization including:

  • Direct Standardization
  • Piecewise Direct Standardization (PDS)
  • Spectral Subspace Transformation (SST)
  • Generalized Least Squares (GLS)

We’ll then show how these models can be quickly developed in PLS_Toolbox/Solo and integrated into predictive models that can be deployed online.

Register for “EVRI-thing You Need to Know About How to Build and Deploy Instrument Standardization Models” through your existing Eigenvector account, or create one. The webinar is free, but you must register to attend. Find the webinar near the bottom of the page under the “Purchase” tab.

A question and answer session will follow the webinar. Don’t miss your chance to quiz Bob and the Eigen-Guys about how to use PLS_Toolbox/Solo to build and maintain models for prediction and classification.

Reserve your seat today. The webinar will be live on Tuesday, June 2, at 7:00am PDT, (that’s 16:00 CET). We will send you a WebEx invitation the day before the webinar. We hope you can attend, but if you sign up and can’t make it, we’ll send you a link to view the recording the day after the webinar.