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milk-fat
milk-fat


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liz "I see the test tube, test tube holder, and bit of cardboard -- straightforward! Was there any preparation you did to the milk itself before / durin..." | Read more » about 6 years ago
shubham "In the commercial spectrometer measuring milk fat%, the range is mostly between 600-1100nm. Could you correlate the peaks with the actual fat% in t..." | Read more » over 6 years ago
warren "The program runs in the browser, such as Chrome, Firefox, or Opera: https://spectralworkbench.org In the footer of every page is a link to the sou..." | Read more » over 8 years ago
wagnerc4 "Where can I download the source code of this SpectralWorkbench purely web-based program??? " | Read more » over 8 years ago
warren "Where did you try to install it from? SpectralWorkbench.org has been a purely web-based program that does not require installation for a couple yea..." | Read more » over 8 years ago
wagnerc4 "I didn't use SpectralWorkbench. I try to install in my computer and I have many troubles. Did you consider to write the SpectralWorkbench in Pyt..." | Read more » over 8 years ago
wagnerc4 "Yes, it is important to have the same light intensity in all the samples. But to have a exact intensity is hard, that is the reason that I only ev..." | Read more » over 8 years ago
warren "Wow, that's great. Did you use SpectralWorkbench to collect your data about the different samples you used to build your model? It'd be great to se..." | Read more » over 8 years ago
wagnerc4 "Hi! the first graph is from milk with fat 3.5% and the second with fat 2.7%. I compare many samples and at the frequency 355 to 640, I see the beha..." | Read more » over 8 years ago
warren "Hello - very interesting project! Were you able to distinguish different percents of milkfat? What do the two graphs you used represent? You can p..." | Read more » over 8 years ago