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EMU Notes in Mineralogy - volume 12
Applications of Raman spectroscopy to Earth sciences and cultural heritage
(J. Dubessy, M.-C. Caumon and F. Rull, editors)
Chapter 5: Raman data analysis
Nicolae Tarcea and Jurgen Popp
This chapter is structured to map the natural way of handling data when performing a Raman experiment, from data acquisition and organization, moving through simple data processing and towards complex chemometric methods. After a short introduction, Section 2 deals with data acquisition and organization. Section 3 addresses basic data pre-processing concepts like denoising, background removal and calibration, while the final section presents briefly the chemometric algorithms employed most often in analysing Raman data (multivariate calibration, classification methods, clustering).
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