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The use of chemometrics in correlating sensory judgments with routine gas chromatographic data

, : The use of chemometrics in correlating sensory judgments with routine gas chromatographic data. Food Quality and Preference 5(1-2): 17-23

Partial least squares discriminant analysis and artificial neural network simulation were used to analyse flavour and fragrance data compiled over several years for commercial samples of patchouli oil (steam-distilled from the leaves of Pogostemon cablin syn.

Accession: 002530215

DOI: 10.1016/0950-3293(94)90004-3

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