Pros and Cons of Using Correlation versus Multivariate Algorithms for Material Identification via Handheld Spectroscopy
20 Jan 2014

In this white paper discusses the two most common mathematical representations used with handheld Raman spectroscopy as decision making tools for spectroscopic data: Hit Quality Index (HQI) and significance level (p-value). Specific examples for the use of each tool are discussed.

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