Improvement Calibration Models with bayesian Approach (Cases Medicinal Plants)
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Medicinal plants have been used commonly in Indonesia, either as raw material or as traditional medicine product e.g “jamu”’ standardized extracts and phytopharmaca. To ensure the quality of medicinal plants product to be accepted by community and industry, the standardization of active or market compound is one of important things to be searched and determined. The active material can be termine qualitatively and quantitatively by HPLC (High Performance Liquid Chromatography). This process produce concentrate of active material and need more time and costly. The other qualitative methods is using by FTIR (Fourier Transform Infra Red). This process produce chromatogram which depend on respons , fastly and cheaper. The contents of active material in medicine herbs need to be determine accurately and faster. To overcome these problem, accurate and cheaper methods are needed. One of the method is calibration model development which shows the relationship between concentration of active material resulted by HPLC and that by FTIR. This model will decrease processing time and cost.