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The second article in the “Art of Science” series, by Dan Cornford. This article extends the initial article[/news/patterns-in-the-mind-part-1/] which reviewed the notion of clustering and looks at some of the practical implications.Go to: Patterns in the mind - Part 2
A short note by Dan Cornford on the place of machine learning in the geosciences, part of the Art of Science series of technical notes.Go to: The extinction of machine learning?
IGI is pleased to announce that November sees the release of version 2 of its flagship p:IGI+ geochemistry interpretation software. Version 2 builds on earlier releases to provide an intuitive, customised, and powerful tool for visualising and interpreting your geochemistry data. When combined with our Metis data management solution the software provides an end-to-end solution to the management and use of geochemistry data across a range of applications.Go to: IGI releases version 2.0 of p:IGI+ and Metis
Version 2.0 of our software is a significant upgrade for both p:IGI+ and Metis. It is a strongly recommended upgrade, that involves significant changes to the underlying data storage, offering the opportunity to further improve things moving forward.Go to: p:IGI+/Metis version 2.0 release notes
An article in the “Art of Science” series, by Dan Cornford exploring and explaining the use of statistics, machine learning and more widely data science in the geosciences.Go to: Patterns in the mind – Part 1
We are pleased to announce the release of version 184.108.40.206 of p:IGI+ and Metis. This version includes new features and performance enhancements which we recommend as an update to all our software users. This version will be used in our online training[/news/online-pigi-software-training-1st-5th-february-2021/], in Feb 2021.Go to: p:IGI+/Metis version 1.28.x release
In this article, which extends the piece in our newsletter, we explore what Principal Components Analysis (PCA) is, where it is useful, address some key points to be aware of in usage, and describe how to undertake PCA in p:IGI+.Go to: Further reading on Principal Components Analysis in p:IGI+
We are pleased to announce the release of version 220.127.116.11 of p:IGI+ and Metis. This version includes significant new features and performance enhancements which we recommend as an update to all our software users.Go to: p:IGI+/Metis version 1.27.x release
We have had to change the meeting dates again, as it seems unlikely people will be able to travel to or freely within the UK even in October. Thus we will be trialling a new online version of the user group.Go to: New dates – IGI Online User Group, 13-17 July 2020