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Multivariate Analysis of Sensory Data

The workshop is aimed at researchers and analysts who work within the sensory and consumer sciences, and would like to utilise the full power of multivariate methods. The participants should have some basic knowledge about multivariate analysis, equivalent to CAMO’s MVA1 course.

  • Univariate statistics
  • Experimental setup
  • Evaluation of panel data
  • Principal Component Analysis (PCA)
  • Varimax rotation
  • Preference mapping
  • Regression analysis (PLS)
  • Handling outliers
  • Validation methods
  • Variable selection
  • 3-way data analysis
  • L-PLS regression
  • Clustering and Classification
  • Product Optimization

Why participate in the sensory workshop?

Tailored to meet the needs of professionals and students, the workshop is designed around real-world applications within the sensory and consumer sciences, with intensive, hands-on training using CAMO Software packages. The Quali-Sense is used for panel assessment and monitoring, The Unscrambler® for multivariate data analysis and Product Optimizer for exploiting the multivariate models in product development and optimization.

Experts in the fields of Multivariate Statistics and Sensometrics teach these workshops.

Who should participate in this program?

The workshop is aimed at researchers and analysts who work within the sensory and consumer sciences, and would like to utilise the full power of multivariate
methods. The participants should have some basic knowledge about multivariate analysis, equivalent to CAMO’s MVA1 course.

Prerequisites

  • The number of seats for the course is limited to 12
  • Deadline for registrations: 3 weeks before the course-start
  • Participants are required to bring their own Laptop.

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After the course I cannot stop using the Unscrambler, I'm loving it and I am getting much better results than I used to! Thanks for that!
Roberta De Bei
Post Doctoral Fellow
School of Agriculture,
Food and Wine
The University of Adelaide,
Waite Campus
 
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