For quantitative methods, the reproducibility of measurement results is a core performance characteristic. However, in the validation of qualitative methods it is not clear how to characterize a method’s reproducibility.
QuoData will be in Dublin, Ireland from May 14th to 15th for the Eurachem 2018 Scientific Workshop on quality, analysis & integrity of data. QuoData makes a contribution with a presentation on the application of machine learning algorithms for multiparameter methods to determine food fraud issues.
QuoData’s data science team developed the approach together with the German office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL).
Besides its annual workshops, QuoData also offers individual training. These seminars can be conducted on the customer’s premises. Thus QuoData scientists can contribute tailored statistical expertise in the field of analytical quality assurance.
As a service provider in the field of analytical quality assurance, QuoData regularly offers a number of workshops. These are excellent opportunities to gain first-hand knowledge, to learn about the latest developments in international standardization and to exchange with the QuoData experts. The following workshops are currently planned for 2018:
Results of an international interlaboratory method validation study carried out by QuoData have been published.
The Data Scientists of QuoData continually develop new approaches for the interpretation of proficiency testing data or novel PT programs. The focus of QuoData is to provide PT participants more detailed insights for ongoing improvement of their performance. The experts of QuoData are constant on the way to present new ideas and to exchange with the international PT community.
QuoData can look back at more than 20 years of experience in the planning and evaluation of proficiency tests (PT). As part of a project of the European Commission, a Data Scientist of the QuoData shared his experience and basics in the evaluation of proficiency tests with selected food safety scientists from 22nd – 26th May 2017 in Mumbai, India.
QuoData staff attended the IAFP Europe Symposium on Food Safety in Brussels from 29-31 March 2017. QuoData’s data scientist Bertrand Colson was invited to give a talk on an integrated approach to process qualification which was well received.
QuoData will be attending IAFP's 13th European Symposium on Food Safety from 29-31 March in Brussels. One of the experienced data scientist and statisticians of QuoData, Bertrand Colson, has been invited to give a presentation on an integrated approach to process qualification.
The presentation will take place Friday, 31 March, T8-06 “Modeling and Risk Assessment 2” in rooms 314-316 at 9:45 a.m.
QuoData's 2017 international workshop on proficiency testing and interlaboratory method validation studies, which took place in Berlin for the first time, was well-received. Participants from Hong Kong, Hungary, Norway, Ireland, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, The Netherlands and Germany attended the three-day in-depth training.