Brereton: Chemometrics - Solutions

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  • Published: Oct 3, 2005
  • Channels: Chemometrics & Informatics

Chemometrics: Data Analysis for the Laboratory and Chemical Plant - The Solutions
Richard G. Brereton, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK

We present here, free of charge, the solutions to the problems contained within the text Chemometrics: Data Analysis for the Laboratory and Chemical Plant, in html format. The problems at the end of each book chapter form an important part of the text, the examples being a mixture of simulations (which have an important role in chemometrics) and real case studies from a wide variety of sources.

In addition, Chapter 1 is available here in PDF format (size: 101K).

Software supplements, as well as the datasets within the book, are available. For the software, two main environments are recommended, Excel and Matlab, with the presented examples using both environments. In some cases instructors may use the information available with this book to tailor examples for class problems. Instructors can use the datasets to construct workshops or course material that goes further than the book.

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The solutions are available below.

Chapter 2 Solutions
   2.1 Solution 2.1
   2.2 Solution 2.2
   2.3 Solution 2.3
   2.4 Solution 2.4
   2.5 Solution 2.5
   2.6 Solution 2.6
   2.7 Solution 2.7
   2.8 Solution 2.8
   2.9 Solution 2.9
   2.10 Solution 2.10
   2.11 Solution 2.11
   2.12 Solution 2.12
   2.13 Solution 2.13
   2.14 Solution 2.14
   2.15 Solution 2.15
   2.16 Solution 2.16
   2.17 Solution 2.17
Chapter 3 Solutions
   3.1 Solution 3.1
   3.2 Solution 3.2
   3.3 Solution 3.3
   3.4 Solution 3.4
   3.5 Solution 3.5
   3.6 Solution 3.6
   3.7 Solution 3.7
   3.8 Solution 3.8
   3.9 Solution 3.9
Chapter 4 Solutions
   4.1 Solution 4.1
   4.2 Solution 4.2
   4.3 Solution 4.3
   4.4 Solution 4.4
   4.5 Solution 4.5
   4.6 Solution 4.6
   4.7 Solution 4.7
   4.8 Solution 4.8
   4.9 Solution 4.9
   4.10 Solution 4.10
   4.11 Solution 4.11
   4.12 Solution 4.12
   4.13 Solution 4.13
Chapter 5 Solutions
   5.1 Solution 5.1
   5.2 Solution 5.2
   5.3 Solution 5.3
   5.4 Solution 5.4
   5.5 Solution 5.5
   5.6 Solution 5.6
   5.7 Solution 5.7
   5.8 Solution 5.8
   5.9 Solution 5.9
Chapter 6 Solutions
   6.1 Solution 6.1
   6.2 Solution 6.2
   6.3 Solution 6.3
   6.4 Solution 6.4
   6.5 Solution 6.5
   6.6 Solution 6.6

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