ChroMATHography: solving chromatographic issues with mathematical models and intuitive graphics.

@article{Amigo2010ChroMATHographySC,
  title={ChroMATHography: solving chromatographic issues with mathematical models and intuitive graphics.},
  author={Jos{\'e} Manuel Amigo and Thomas Skov and Rasmus Bro},
  journal={Chemical reviews},
  year={2010},
  volume={110 8},
  pages={
          4582-605
        }
}
1.3. Objectives of This Work 4584 2. Chromatographic Data 4584 2.1. The Chromatographic Signal 4584 2.2. Common Chromatographic Artifacts 4584 2.3. A Basic Model of Chromatographic Data 4585 3. Removing Artifacts by Preprocessing 4587 3.1. Baseline Offset/Background Contribution 4587 3.1.1. Curve-Fitting 4587 3.1.2. Factor Model Approach 4588 3.1.3. Limitations and Things To Consider 4589 3.2. Retention Time Shifts across Samples 4589 3.2.1. Synchronizing Signals 4589 3.2.2. Factor Model… CONTINUE READING

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