An interactive introduction

The multi-way Tucker models in Chemometrics

This interactive tutorial has been compiled for a two-days introduction to the theory behind and the application of the Tucker models. If you have downloaded the N-way Toolbox for MATLAB, you can follow the How-to guides and enter the commands into the MATLAB command window.

It is recommended that you maximize the window of the browser. The current course requires a browser that supports frames and is best viewed with Netscape Navigator 4.0 or newer. All in all, this course takes up 118.12 Kb. Assuming ideal net-conditions this should take approximately 36.9 secs using a 28.8 modem.

All parts of this course (web-pages, M-files, DLL-files and MAT-files) are copyrighted and must not be copied other locations, printed out and distributed, or in any way be used elsewhere without proper information of, and accept from, the author.

Claus A. Andersson, June 1996
Last revision, October 1999

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Premisses: The reader is assumed to have experience with two-way data analysis and basic linear algebra. Time use (measured on 8 Ph.D students); Chapters 1 and 2 require approx. 4 hours. Chapter 3 (a self-study application) requires approx. 4 hours.

Last updated on October 28, 1999 by Claus A. Andersson