70 point Acetic acid curve by GC/FID

2019-07-19T08:03:20Z (GMT) by Keith Chamberlain
These data are from a calibration of Acetic acid on a GC/FID instrument with a headspace autosampler with 70 calibrated points (10 points were targeted for each level, but replicates were weighed individually resulting in 70 unique amount points measured in mg). One major outlier was added after the fact to illustrate how outliers can pull the calibration model. These data illustrate problems with analytical data from chromatography experiments that largely go unnoticed because there's not enough data collected to see them, namely non-normal error, heteroscedasticity, and outliers.