I have the first image from my spectrometer, following the steps you recommend. But I don't know ...
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by p_sebastianmunoz |
October 16, 2018 22:12 |
I have the first image from my spectrometer, following the steps you recommend. But I don't know how to use the image to calibrate the spectrometer
Can you link us the spectrum you've uploaded to spectralworkbench.org?
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Dear Sebastian Muñoz,
You can see the calibration and continuity tutorial for a low-cost spectrometer that you can build on a 3D printer, I also attach the link.
you can also download free spectrometry software for your android phone