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This paper provides some initial considerations into the design and
function of the Data Librarian. The first part (Liscouski, J., 1997, Journal of Automatic Chemistry,
The Environmental Protection Act has created a growing need for
the measurement and assessment of trace emissions to the environment. This encompasses three main areas of ground, water and the atmosphere. The need to achieve lower emissions has placed a large burden on analytical techniques,...
The basic requirement for a good calibration is representative data.
This paper outlines techniques for selecting samples from an existing population. The concept of factorial designs is explained, and three ways of applying experimental design to generate representative data are described....
This first part of ‘The Data Librarian’ describes the current situation in analytical laboratories and the need for the Data Librarian. The second part of the paper (Liscouski, J., 1997, Journal of Automatic Chemistry,
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