Software R in bioanalysis [Software]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2021-11-07 12:30 (393 d 10:37 ago) – Posting: # 22666
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Hi Selwa,

❝ […] if there is a software or a support of calculation other than that of the equipment (Empower / Mass Lynx) for the processing of the data of the bioanalytical validation.


(Almost) everything is possible in [image]. :-D

Check out the CRAN Task View: Chemometrics and Computational Physics.
Useful for calibration and inverse regression (Y→X) the package chemCal (see it’s vignette for background and references there). Drawback: only linear model.

❝ What do you think about utility of R software in bioanalytical validation?


Open source is always nice because you can inspect the code and unveil what’s going on behind the curtain. Practically never possible in commercial software.

Related articles in the [image] News and the Journal of Statistical Software.

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