Multiway PLS on spectral data.

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How do I do batch wise unfolding in camo? how do I do multiway PLS ?

 

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    Camo offers an Unscrambler plug-in for analysis of batch data. If you want to do batch-wise PLS analysis, you first have to perform batch modelling using this plug-in to convert the data into relative time (to solve for the challenge of having batches with unequal batch length and different start and end points. More details here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0169743915002130 ). After this you can arrange the data so each row corresponds to a single batch containing all variables per relative timepoint (your X for PLS) using the corresponding Python script available in Camo Community: https://community.camo.com/?p=2120#batch . Get familiar with running Python scripts in Unscrambler with the beginner’s guide ( https://www.camo.com/downloads/products/unscrambler110/Unscrambler%20Python%20Scripting%20Tutorial.pdf ) and videos ( https://community.camo.com/?page_id=2425#python ).

    You can find more information about how batch analysis performed in Unscrambler in the Help menu once the plug-in is installed: Help -> Contents -> Batch Modeling.

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