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Welcome to Datalystica

Do else, our software does most of the analysis for you

Your problem is our challenge…

Are you currently analyzing multivariate data and are overwhelmed by it?

Are you seeking for a deeper understanding of the variabilities and concentrations of your data by applying dimensionality reduction and mass balance tools, such as positive matrix factorization (PMF)?

Do have a complex dataset such as measured indoor/outdoor air pollution, water pollution, chemical composition during reaction, ect. and wonder which source is present at what time and to which extent?

We offer fast software solutions for factor analytic problems on multivariate data, i.e. source apportionment, any kind of data!

Our main product consists in a user-friendly and powerful software package called the Source Finder (SoFi). SoFi uses state-of-the-art source apportionment techniques to provide information on sources offline (SoFi Pro) or in real-time (SoFi RT). And we constantly work on new features to make the analysis even easier.

Consult our products or contact us for more information!

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Major partners

The Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), the largest research institute for natural and engineering sciences within Switzerland.

Laboratory of Atmospheric Chemistry (LAC) at the PSI, known for the outstanding research in ambient particle source apportionment, laboratory studies on aerosol formation and modelling.

Switzerland Innovation Park InnovAARE, one of the largest innovation centers in Switzerland.

Institut National de l’Environnement Industriel et des Risques, public expert for mitigating industrial and environmental risk in France

Aerodyne Research Inc. (ARI), the private research facility in USA providing research and development services and advanced instrument and software products to industrial, academic and government customers. ARI is the manufacturer of e.g., the state of the art Aerosol mass spectrometers (AMS, ACSM).

e Sen scientific, the official distributor for the ToF-ACSM (ARI) in China.

Dr. Pentti Paatero, the inventor of the positive matrix factorization (PMF) algorithm and of its solvers (PMF2, PMF3, ME2).