Prediction and spectral profile estimation in multivariate calibration. Trygg, J. Journal of Chemometrics, 18(3-4):166–172, April, 2004. Place: Hoboken Publisher: Wiley WOS:000223467300007
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Direct and indirect calibration have been compared with respect to both prediction and model interpretation. This included their ability to estimate the pure spectral profile of each known constituent in a mixture of different metal-ion complexes. In the examples, the predictions by indirect calibration, represented by the PLS and O-PLS methods, were consistently better than those of direct calibration, exemplified by the CLS method. It was further demonstrated that indirect calibration is equally capable to direct calibration in estimating the pure spectral profiles, as long as the unknown systematic variation is properly handled. A linear transformation of the regression coefficient matrix, given by K = B((BB)-B-T)(-1), is all that is needed. Note that this does not only apply to spectral data, but any situation where the Y-variables can be assumed to additively contribute to the variation in the X matrix. Throughout the examples, the O-PLS method was able to maintain good spectral profile estimates and predictions. This indicates that O-PLS may be the approach for simultaneous good prediction and interpretation of complex multivariate systems. Copyright (C) 2004 John Wiley Sons, Ltd.
@article{trygg_prediction_2004,
	title = {Prediction and spectral profile estimation in multivariate calibration},
	volume = {18},
	issn = {0886-9383},
	doi = {10/b8vgz6},
	abstract = {Direct and indirect calibration have been compared with respect to both prediction and model interpretation. This included their ability to estimate the pure spectral profile of each known constituent in a mixture of different metal-ion complexes. In the examples, the predictions by indirect calibration, represented by the PLS and O-PLS methods, were consistently better than those of direct calibration, exemplified by the CLS method. It was further demonstrated that indirect calibration is equally capable to direct calibration in estimating the pure spectral profiles, as long as the unknown systematic variation is properly handled. A linear transformation of the regression coefficient matrix, given by K = B((BB)-B-T)(-1), is all that is needed. Note that this does not only apply to spectral data, but any situation where the Y-variables can be assumed to additively contribute to the variation in the X matrix. Throughout the examples, the O-PLS method was able to maintain good spectral profile estimates and predictions. This indicates that O-PLS may be the approach for simultaneous good prediction and interpretation of complex multivariate systems. Copyright (C) 2004 John Wiley Sons, Ltd.},
	language = {English},
	number = {3-4},
	journal = {Journal of Chemometrics},
	author = {Trygg, J.},
	month = apr,
	year = {2004},
	note = {Place: Hoboken
Publisher: Wiley
WOS:000223467300007},
	keywords = {cls, direct calibration, indirect calibration, o-pls, o2-pls, pls, pure profile   estimation, regression},
	pages = {166--172},
}

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