Learn how to process hyperspectral data

In-house sessions

Software under MIA_Toolbox® or Matlab® environment

3 days

Researchers, scientists and engineers


This training session on multivariate data analysis is intended for people wishing to:

  • Learn to process multispectral images
  • Analyze their own images at the end of the course
  • Know how to use the studied data analysis software


During the training, the method principles are introduced by a geometric approach. Emphasis is placed on the practical use of the method and the interpretation of the results.

Application exercises are proposed for each method. The training is given on the MIA_Toolbox® combined with PLS_Toolbox® from EigenVector Research Inc.

Need a specific training?

Our team study your request to offer you the most suitable and personalized training.


Day 1: Introduction about images

  • General Introduction – Chemometrics
  • Digital coding of images
  • Visualization tools
  • Handling of histograms
  • Study of isolated objects
    • Application on data set and software


Day 2: Chemometrics on digital images: non-supervised methods

  • Introduction
  • PCA applied to images
  • Unsupervised classification
    • Application on data set and software


Day 3: Chemometrics on digital images: supervised methods

  • Supervised classification
  • Semi-quantitative analysis
  • Conclusion on hyperspectral images analysis
    • Application on data set and software
formation analyse de images hyperspectrales
Formation analyse d'image hyperspectrale

Our trainer team

Sandra Aubert

Data analyst and in charge of the training department

Sandra Aubert is a Chemometrician Engineer. Her experience of several years working for one of the major spectrometer manufacturers gives her …

Dr. Sébastien Preys

Project manager and trainer

Sebastien Preys a Doctor in Chemometrics and Engineer in the food industry. He has been project manager at Ondalys for more than 10 years. He has worked on many applications .

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«Ondalys understands the needs of private companies»

Jean Claude BOULET, UMR SPO INRAE Montpellier

  • Thomas Giordanengo

    Ondalys supported us during our innovative project for the development of an optical sensor for wood material qualification during its transformation in Radoux factory. Methodology, technical skills, creativity - all of which have enabled us to progress efficiently, and to develop robust tools for our applications: the OakScan®.

    Thomas Giordanengo
    R&D Engineer - Tonnellerie Radoux

Our expertise for the analysis of your data

With over 15 years of experience in data analysis applied to spectroscopic, analytical and sensory data, the experts in our teams support you at every stage of your projects.

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