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Science: Chemistry: Analytical: Chemometrics

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Altoris, Inc.
Consultants in chemoinformatics for computer aided drug design. Areas of expertise include: design of chemical libraries for high throughput screening, structure guided drug design, molecular modeling, virtual screening, predictive toxicology, and software development.

Analytical Informatics
Resource for course in the use of machine learning, automated data analysis and data mining, run by the Chemistry Department of Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.

Applied Chemometrics
Resources maintained by company in Sharon, Massachusetts.

Brown, Steven D.
Profile of chemometrician at University of Delaware, Newark.

Chemometrics
Simple slide show, with some problem questions from a class presentation in 2000, at The University of Akron, Ohio.

Chemometrics in Australia
Links to research groups and related resources, including instrumental optimization, maintained by RMIT University, Melbourne, Victoria.

2CY Chemometry Consultancy
Company that is specialized in the calibration of instruments, focusing on assessing the reliability of model results. Includes profile and contacts in Ede, The Netherlands.

Davidson, Charles E.
Personal page, with resume and PhD dessertation contents of chemometrician in Arlington, Virginia.

Eigenvector Research, Inc.
Chemometric software, short courses and consulting from Manson, Washington.

Homepage of Chemometrics
Multivariate calibration, experimental design, publications database, scientific conference list and a discussion forum, and search for chemotrician addresses.

Infometrix, Inc.
Technical and application notes from software producer in Woodinville, Washington.

Introduction to Chemometrics
Report given as session in the use of statistical methods in formulating and testing, for the ACS Rubber Division in 1985.

Introduction to Signal Processing in Chemical Analysis
Web-based tutorial on this field of digital measurement, with student assignments and downloadable program from the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Maryland.

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