CAMO Software

New book: An introduction to Multivariate Data Analysis, including Process Analytical Technology (PAT) and Quality by Design (QbD)

Oslo, Norway. February 15th, 2018 - We are pleased to announce an all updated 6th Edition of the best selling book on chemometrics and Multivariate Analysis. This long-anticipated book was co-authored by Frank Westad, Chief Scientific Officer at CAMO, and is currently the most up-to-date resource on chemometrics and Multivariate Data Analysis (MVA).

This book will serve as a fantastic reference tool for any chemometrician, data scientist or researcher and offers:

  • A smooth and user-friendly introduction to chemometrics and MVA, both from a theoretical and practical point of view
  • Detailed explanations and illustrative examples to help understand and put newfound knowledge into use
  • An introduction to topics like Process Analytical Technology (PAT), Quality by Design (QbD) and Theory of Sampling (TOS)
  • All updated examples and case stories from previous versions of the book
  • The book can be used regardless of what Multivariate Analysis tool used

“An excellent book to introduce chemometrics in a smooth and user-friendly way, both from a theoretical as well as a practical point of view. It is certainly good supporting material for chemometric teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels in chemistry and assuredly in many related scientific fields, and a very good self-learning basis for anyone wanting to use chemometric methods in industry or academia.” Anna de Juan, Universitat de Barcelona and Romà Tauler, IDAEA-CSIC

The book is sold through as either paperback book or e-book >>

Preview the table of contents and preface >>

About the authors:

Kim H. Esbensen (
Consultant, independent researcher: Theory and Practice of Sampling (TOS), PAT and chemometrics. Adjunct, associate and guest professor at five universities.

Brad Swarbrick (
Independent consultant and trainer in the application of QbD, PAT and multivariate methodology in pharmaceutical and other process industries.

Frank Westad (
Chief Scientific Officer, CAMO Software and adjunct professor, Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Specialist in multivariate classification and regression methods; image analysis.

About CAMO Software

Founded in 1984 by a group of Norwegian scientists, CAMO Software are pioneers and an established leader in multivariate data analysis. Today, CAMO Software has offices around the globe and works with some of the world’s most prestigious organizations.

CAMO Software’s analytical modeling, prediction and classification solutions are the preferred choice for over 25,000 data analysts worldwide across a range of industries. CAMO Software's flagship simulation and prediction software product is The Unscrambler® X, recognized for its ease of use, exceptional data visualization and advanced multivariate methods. CAMO also offers a range of software products which can be integrated directly into scientific instruments and process monitoring solutions.