CAMO Software

Training in Design of Experiments, Multivariate Data analysis, Spectroscopy, Sensometrics and Chemometrics


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We provide professional training in DoE (Design of Experiment), multivariate data analysis, spectroscopy, sensometrics and chemometrics across United States & Canada, Europe, South America, Africa, Australia and Asia through our panel of Chemometric Experts, Spectroscopy Professionals, Sensometrics Instructors and Multivariate Data Analysis Trainers.

CAMO provides product training on The Unscrambler®, Unscrambler Optimizer, Unscrambler Classifier and Unscrambler Predictor through its panel of: Expert Trainers drawn from Universities, Professors, Industry Experts and In-house Specialists, who have years of experience in the field of multivariate data analysis, spectroscopy, sensometrics and chemometrics application development and integration.

CAMO offers multiple language choices as a medium of training instruction and course material. Presently, training is offered in English, German, French, Norwegian and Dutch. We are also planning to offer future Training courses in Spanish, Afrikaans, Hindi, Korean, Japanese, Italian, Arabic, Hebrew etc.

Development workshops, public training, online courses, webinars and seminars are conducted throughout the year, bringing you the practical knowledge necessary to conduct research and interpret analyses, on a daily basis. The courses are on Multivariate Data Analysis, Sensometrics and Experimental Design for application development and integration. This also includes hands on training on The Unscrambler®, Unscrambler Optimizer, Unscrambler Predictor and Unscrambler Classifier products.

CAMO training courses are inspired from the industrial opportunities offered by chemometrics methods. With a non-mathematical approach, our participants can quickly and safely start using the methods in their own work to design, classify or optimize products and processes. Discussions on case studies from multiple industrial segments are also supplied.

Course(s) Focus

Multivariate Data Analysis and Experimental Design: Our courses are addressed to scientists, engineers and other professionals who collect and analyze data e.g. within experimentation, R&D, product development, process optimization, process control, quality control, consumer insights or anyone confronted with situations where the understanding of multivariable relationships is central.

The course leader explains the methods and shows relevant examples utilizing The Unscrambler® software packages for Microsoft Windows. The participants run practical exercises on the latest version of The Unscrambler® software packages for Microsoft Windows. Participants are facilitated to run the exercises on their own laptop computers.

Prior knowledge of CAMO's software is not essential to attend our courses.

The multivariate training courses are held in English, German, French, Dutch and Norwegian. Courses can be delivered in region-specific languages, on special requests from our customers.

Training Methodology

CAMO conducts public training courses in Multivariate data analysis with Chemometrics and spectroscopy application, to interested participants at our training centers, for a fee.

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You can register for the courses by contacting a CAMO representative.

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Onsite Training

CAMO conducts onsite, corporate training courses and workshops. Our extensive experience helps us design corporate training programs that meet the specifications of our customers. The same in-house course material is taught to corporates, with emphasis on hands- on training of their products. Onsite training is provided on a request basis.

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Note: Members of our Maintenance Program can refer program details for Discounts !



After the course I cannot stop using the Unscrambler, I'm loving it and I am getting much better results than I used to! Thanks for that!
Roberta De Bei
Post Doctoral Fellow
School of Agriculture,
Food and Wine
The University of Adelaide,
Waite Campus