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Aligning Data for Calculations and Correlation

Jan. 5, 2023
Aligning data can be a challenging step in creating process calculations, analyzing correlations, and developing prediction models. Read more about the common challenges and solutions in this recent use case.

Time delays, also referred to as dead time or transport delay, result from industrial equipment and designs, such as conveyor belts, extrusion processes, screw conveyors, process piping, plug flow reactors, and analyzer sampling lines.

Data alignment needs also arise when lab-measured values (LIMS data) are crucial to the calculations, as lab values are often reported at variable time intervals following the actual process operation.

In this Use Case you'll learn more about the top common scenarios that require data alignment and the best practices to prepare your processes.

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