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Chromatography and spectroscopy techniques are the most commonly used methods in standardization of herbal medicines but the herbal system is not easy to analyze because of their complexity of chemical composition. Many cutting-edge analytical technologies have been introduced to evaluate the quality of medicinal plants and significant amount of measurement data has been produced. Chemometric techniques provide a good opportunity for mining more useful chemical information from the originaldoi:10.1016/j.jpha.2013.12.001 pmid:29403886 pmcid:PMC5761221 fatcat:llpfy3bd6baxdn2k6iyvp3qrtq