Tutorials offered by the Sensometric Society
The Sensometric Society is pleased to offer 5 sensometrics tutorials to take place in the Conference venue on Sunday 11 September from 10.00 to 14.00 (including lunch). The cost of each tutorial is €70 (+ VAT) and can be booked via the online registration system.
These tutorials have already been successful in other conferences attended by sensory scientists. Each one will run with a limited number of participants in order to facilitate interactions. They aim at updating attendants on important sensometrics techniques for sensory data. They include practicals and participants will bring back useful tools for the analysis of their own data. Tutorials are geared to a broad sensory audience, no in-depth background in statistics is required.
Tutorial 1 – CATA
Check-All-That-Apply (CATA) and allied methods
Tutors: Michael Meyners, John Castura
Tutorial 2 – Ideal Profile
The Ideal Profile Method
Tutor: Thierry Worch, Qi Statistics, Reading, UK
Tutorial 3 – Mixed Model
Analysing sensory and consumer data by Gui based (mixed model) analysis of variance methods provided by panelcheck, consumercheck and the r-package sensmixed
Tutors: Per Bruun Brockhoff & Alexandra Kuznetsova, Technical University of Denmark
Tutorial 4 – R for analyzing
All you wanted to know about R for analysing sensory data but were afraid to ask
Margot Brard, Centre Culinaire Contemporain & Agrocampus Ouest, France;
Sébastien Lê, Agrocampus Ouest, France
Tutorial 5 – Scaling
Statistical analysis of sensory profiling data revisited with the concept of scaling
Caroline Peltier and Pascal Schlich, INRA, Centre des Sciences du Goût et de l'Alimentation, Dijon, France
Please note: minimum numbers are required for each tutorial to take place. If the tutorial is cancelled a full refund would be given.