Dave Haffner's been asking for a solar spectrum to try to calculate the resolution of the PLOTS s...
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Dave Haffner's been asking for a solar spectrum to try to calculate the resolution of the PLOTS spectrometer, and I finally got around to setting mine up pointing out the window:
Thanks Jeff! I decomposed the RGB and am looking at the red channel where I see the most structure. I sure hope that it's from the sun, not the Bayer filter.
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I've been meaning to make a .csv download available for spectralworkbench spectra. will try next week..
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