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  • Update: The sixth version of drEEM

    After the release of 0.5.1 in 2019, we’ve been continuously improving drEEM for another major update. The new version can be downloaded here. For help on the installation and a really quick tour: https://youtu.be/9OyxSKEWmbE New documentation drEEM now features a full custom documentation including a number of tutorials, some of...


  • Expression of interest for an online PARAFAC course

    With the current restrictions on international travel due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are gathering an expression of interest for an online course on PARAFAC analysis of fluorescence datasets. It will consist of a core PARAFAC course plus several optional modules. Core topics will include: 1) theoretical basis 2) data...


  • Update for the fifth version of drEEM

    After the release of 0.5.0 in April, we’ve been implementing fixes for small issues we’ve notived. The new version can be downloaded here. A full list of the changes: v0.5.1 Modifications: prandinitanal: Fixed calculation of component contribution Fixed overwriting issue that resulted in cancellation of user input to convergence criterion...


  • Smoothing EEMs

    Using the new functions provided in drEEM v0.5.0, I have made a completely new tutorial on how to smooth your EEMs. eemreview is very useful to identify exactly where you scatter is located and how much below and above should be cut. While everyone has their own datasets, I’ve decided...


  • The fifth version of drEEM!

    We’ve been working on the toolbox quite a bit and are happy to announce that we’ve just published a new version of the drEEM toolbox. There are quite a number of new functions that should help everyone in their efforts to model fluorescence datasets. Want to test it out? Download...