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===Description===
 
===Description===
Develops a mapping from one spectra space to another based on common factors using SVD.
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Develops a mapping from one spectra space to another based on common factors using SVD. For more information see this [https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0003267011001863?via%3Dihub  article].
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* '''stdvect''' = the additive background correction.
 
* '''stdvect''' = the additive background correction.
  
Note: if only one output argument is given, no background correction is used.  
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===Options===
 
===Options===

Latest revision as of 07:56, 10 July 2019

Purpose

Create and apply Spectral Subspace Transformation calibration transfer.

Synopsis

[stdmat, stdvect] = sstcal(spec1,spec2,ncomp,options)

Description

Develops a mapping from one spectra space to another based on common factors using SVD. For more information see this article.

Inputs

  • spec1 = M by N1 spectra from the standard instrument, and
  • spec2 = M by N2 spectra from the instrument to be standarized.
  • ncomp = Number of PCs to use.

Outputs

  • stdmat = the transform matrix, and
  • stdvect = the additive background correction.

Note: if only one output argument is given, no background correction is used.

Options

options = a structure array with the following fields:

  • waitbar: ['off' | {'on'}], governs display of waitbar.

See Also

alignpeaks, alignspectra, baseline, caltransfer, deresolv, distslct, mscorr, reducennsamples, registerspec, stdfir, stdgen, stdize, stdsslct, nlstd