ORANGE is a data mining and visualization package that has been developed at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. It has a wide range of applications, and recently, in collaboration with some infrared synchrotron beamlines in Europe, “add-on” packages specifically tailored for the analysis of infrared data have been added. At the Australian Synchrotron, we are keen to explore the potential of ORANGE to provide an intuitive tool for multivariate analysis of data that will benefit the beamline user community.
We are pleased to have ORANGE expert Marko Toplak as trainer for our workshop, and hope that the event will provide you, the attendees, with exposure to the potential of ORANGE for the analysis of your data.
To complement the primary focus of the ORANGE workshop, we will also include an update from Koman Tam (Bruker) on multivariate capabilities within the Bruker OPUS software.
The workshop will be held in the Boardroom of the NCSS building at the Australian Synchrotron and will start at 9:30 am on 25th September, with registration from 9:00 a.m. and finish around 3:00 pm on 26th.
Lunch on both days, and and evening buffet on the Tuesday evening will be held in the Synchrotron Cafe.
WHAT TO DO NEXT
All attendees will have received notification of their place at the workshop. We now require that you complete the following steps:
- Register for the workshop – Follow the Registration link in the menu to the left. There is a registration fee of $50 for non ANSTO employees
- Submit an accommodation booking form to the User Office if you are travelling from outside Melbourne – see the Travel and Accommodation link in the menu to the left for more details.
- A travel expenses claim form will be forwarded to you before the workshop for you to complete and return.
- Download and install ORANGE!
We ask that in advance of the workshop you download and install Orange, view some of the tutorials and install the Spectroscopy "add on". Details are given in the Installing Orange tab on the menu to the left.