1. Prediction of Raw spectra
2. Prediction of Averaged Spectra – compare
3. finding Outliers
The new Version of the free NIR-Predictor
supports GRAMS .SPC, CSV, JCAMP and multiple native file formats
of miniature, mobile and desktop spectrometers
get your spectra analyced as easy as Drag’n’Drop.
NIR-Predictor is an easy to use NIR software for all NIR devices
to produce quantitative results out of NIR data.
CalibrationModel Service provides development of
customized calibrations out of NIR and Lab data.
It allows to use NIR with your own customized
models without the need of Chemometric Software!
We do the Machine Leraning for your NIR-Spectrometer
and with the free NIR-Predictor you are
able to analyze new measured samples.
For NIR-Vendors we also offer the
Software Development Kit (SDK) for OEM Predictor use
via the Application Programming Interface (API).
Think of a sencod predictor engine,
as a second heart in your system.
Loads multiple files at once in
It allows you to
With no configuration and no special menu command,
just drag & drop your data files.
A tool for the NIR-User to create the property file easily. It helps to create a CSV file from the measured spectra files with sample names and properties to edit in Spreadsheet/EXCEL software. Lets you enter Lab-Reference-Values in a sample-based manner, corresponding to your sample spectra for calibration. It contains clever automatic analysis mechanisms of inconsistencies in your raw-data to increase the data quality for calibration. Provides detailed analyzer information for manual data cleanup when needed.
It’s time saving and less error prone because you DON’T need to open each spectrum file separately in an editor and copy the spectral values into a table grid beside the Lab-values.
Properties File Creator saves you from:
Because it’s all automatic and you can check the results and get the analysis information!
Properties File Creator provides you – a individual template based on your raw-data for combining NIR and Lab-values – analysis and checks for better data quality for calibration
The demo calibrations for the spectrometers from
are built with the raw data, thankfully provided from Prof. Heinz W Siesler, from this publication
“Hand-held near-infrared spectrometers:
State-of-the-art instrumentation and practical applications”
Hui Yan, Heinz W Siesler
First Published August 20, 2018 Research Article
The demo calibrations for the FOSS are built with the
ANSIG Kaji Competition 2014 shootout data
Quickstart: NIR-Predictor – Manual
Features and Version History: NIR-Predictor – Release Notes History
Supported NIR Spectra Formats: NIR-Predictor supported Spectral Data File Formats
Frequently Asked Questions: NIR-Predictor – FAQ
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