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# Using lm() and predict() to apply a standard curve to Analytical Data

**Load input data** (see attached files at bottom of this page)

**Apply the standard curve to the raw measurements**

**Merge sample mass to calculate percent C/N by mass**

**Measure the accuracy of the sensor in the machine with simple correlation**

**Create a mutli-figure diagnostic plot**

### Attachments:

deb_pinn_C_N-raw.final_.txt

deb_pinn_C_N-standards.final_.txt

all_samples.masses.txt

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