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New versions of data-analytics software launched

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Sartorius Stedim Biotech

Sartorius Stedim Biotech

SIMCA is an advanced data analytics and visualization program (photo) that makes it possible to combine and analyze data from all sources to isolate, understand and act on the “hidden gems” that hold the secret to better decision-making and greater business success. SIMCA’s multivariate data-analysis engine enables companies to swiftly detect and analyze deviations from normal operating conditions by modeling an idealized process. Once this model is transferred into SIMCA-online, it serves as a valuable reference for users’ current production. The newly enhanced software offers an intuitive graphical interface and the flexibility to handle complex data, such as reworking, splitting and merging, and more. SIMCA projects can be uploaded directly to an available SIMCA-online server.— Sartorius Stedim Biotech, Göttingen, Germany

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