[R] PLS regression on near infrared (NIR) spectra data
mark_difford at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Mar 4 12:52:01 CET 2009
You might also want to look at something like the glmnet package (Friedman,
Hastie, and Tibshirani). This carries out penalized regression, is designed
to work with high numbers of predictors/inputs/columns and relatively few
samples/obervations/rows, and is very fast.
Paulo Ricardo Gherardi Hein wrote:
> Dear collegues,
> I´ ve worked with near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy to assess chemical,
> physical, mechanical and anatomical properties of wood.
> I use "The Unscrambler" software to correlate the matrix of dependent
> variables (Y) with the matrix of spectral data (X) and I would like to
> migrate to R. The matrix of spectral variables is very large (2345 columns
> and n lines, where n = samples), so we used Partial Least Squares
> to predict a variable y (content of cellulose, for instance) based on the
> spectral variables, which are the NIR wavelengths.
> I am new here (since jan2009) and up to now, I not seen anyone commenting
> about principal component analysis and regression PLS to analyze spectral
> information in R system. Sorry, I am a R starter...
> Anybody have any package, or trick to suggest me?
> Grateful for yours information!
> Paulo Ricardo Gherardi Hein
> PhD candidate at University of Montpellier 2
> CIRAD - PERSYST Department
> Research unit: Production and Processing of Tropical Woods - TA B-40/16
> 73 rue Jean-François Breton 34398 Montpellier Cedex 5, France
> phone: +33 4 67 61 44 51
> skype: paulo_hein
> email: paulo.hein at cirad.fr
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