Key concepts in factor analysis

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  • Published: Jun 3, 2013
  • Channels: Laboratory Informatics / Chemometrics & Informatics
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Malinowski coverFactor analysis is a mathematical tool for examining a wide range of data sets, with applications especially important to the design of experiments (DOE), spectroscopy, chromatography, and chemometrics. In this free chapter from Factor Analysis in Chemistry Edmund Malinowski introduces the technique, declaring that "every problem has a solution"!

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This chapter is taken from Factor Analysis in Chemistry

Factor analysis is a mathematical tool for examining a wide range of data sets, with applications especially important to the design of experiments (DOE), spectroscopy, chromatography, and chemometrics. Whereas the first two editions concentrated on standardizing the fundamentals of this emerging discipline, the Third Edition of Factor Analysis in Chemistry, the "bible" of factor analysis, proves a comprehensive handbook at a level that is consistent with the research and design of experiments today.

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