How to evaluate accuracy and calculate the error margin of spectroscopy measurements
The search for true values
As international quality standards become increasingly demanding, you need to be confident in your results. Without an accurate error margin you simply cannot be sure that your parts meet specifications. Knowing that you have a reliable and trustworthy error margin (or confidence interval) will allow you to assure yourself, and your customers, of the true composition of materials. This guide will give you the understanding you need to select the right procedure for your situation. This procedure will become second nature, giving you confidence in your results.
Our guide about searching for the true values will introduce some basic statistical concepts, before demonstrating how these are used for real examples. It will also show you how to:
Evaluate the accuracy of spectroscopy measurements
Calculate the error margin of spectroscopy measurements
Calculate a reliable and trustworthy error margin
Estimate error margins when you don’t have any reference sample
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