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I am trying to calibrate my first CFL spectrum taken with the public l...
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I am trying to calibrate my first CFL spectrum taken with the public labs smartphone spectrometer. The save fails with a permanent spinning wheel on the save button and a "Tag you've applied couldn't be saved" warning. See the attached screenshot and link to the spectra.
I am using a MacOS Sierra v10.12 and Google Chrome Version 54.0.2840.98 (64-bit).
The same issue occurs if I use Safari.
I would be really grateful for some help on what I am doing wrong.
Although actually now that I look, it's only 500k, so I guess I was wrong about that. Trying to re-upload myself now.
OK, so it's not that it's too large a file size, but it's over 4000 pixels wide, so I think it's longer than the available storage per record in the database. I think cropping should work, though!
Yes, always see the warning about the tags. :(
The image is unprocessed, as taken from the camera. I'll try with lower image resolutions.
I wonder --in my ignorance-- that if I crop the image how can I use the calibration in other spectographs, since will not have the same frame reference.