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warren ":+1: " | Read more » almost 6 years ago
CBradley "@warren hey, thanks for the reply. I haven't really finished tinkering with the spectrometer yet but I will try to make some simple slits with tape..." | Read more » almost 6 years ago
warren "Hi @CBradley - i think it's a good idea, yes! If you have a specific beginning and end size and are willing to share your work, we can probably get..." | Read more » almost 6 years ago
CBradley "@warren Hi, I wanted to ask if you have encountered collimation slits that were not perfectly parallel (i.e. in a slight V shape tapering to close)..." | Read more » almost 6 years ago
phil3D "@phil3D awards a barnstar to mathew for their awesome contribution! " | Read more » about 7 years ago
warren "Hi, thanks for posting! One thing I've wondered about is whether different exposures -- that are not clipping/overexposed but are different overall..." | Read more » almost 8 years ago
viechdokter "Hi Chris, you are right, the settings are important too. I absolutely forgot to mention them. Here is a (translated) snapshot of the settings: ..." | Read more » almost 8 years ago
cfastie "Hi viechdokter, These are great observations. They reveal important features of spectra created using consumer cameras as the detector. It's real..." | Read more » almost 8 years ago
amysoyka "Snap. We should have a brainstorming session on cheap forms of reflective stuff! My list so far has been: -Alufoil. (Too easy to crease - which lo..." | Read more » over 9 years ago
stoft "They look good in the pic. It is difficult to get a ideal gradients with actual dots or lines. You might try attenuating the florescence light vs l..." | Read more » over 9 years ago
mathew " gradient_print.pdf @stoft just got these back. The silver nitrate emulsion is line-screened at 300dpi, and goes from 100% black to 100% clear..." | Read more » over 9 years ago
mathew "@stoft I just sent off a group of fades on acetate to the photo printer we use for our slits. We'll try it out soon. " | Read more » over 9 years ago
btbonval "On the plots, it looks like you have linearly sampled x-data, around 300 nm to 700 nm. The question is whether each x-value is equally spaced. If t..." | Read more » over 9 years ago
warren "The interval is from pixel width on the sensor, so I think it's a safe assumption? " | Read more » over 9 years ago
btbonval "@warren You aren't taking integrals, you're accumulating y-values. This might be equivalent if and only if the difference between x-value samples ..." | Read more » over 9 years ago
btbonval "In numpy, it'd be fairly easy. # establish that x and y are 1d vectors xdata = data[0,:] ydata = data[1,:] # perform cumulative sc..." | Read more » over 9 years ago
warren "Hi bryan - my code is here: https://spectralworkbench.org/macro/warren/centroidish -- I wonder if you did an implementation how different the line ..." | Read more » over 9 years ago
btbonval "If you have access to matrix math, I can vectorize the previous algorithm to speed it up. If you're in client javascript, I'm unaware of any good v..." | Read more » over 9 years ago
btbonval "Here's a dirty and slow way to determine the 50% mark: Firstly, normalize your data by dividing the integral (area under the curve). The area unde..." | Read more » over 9 years ago
stoft "btbonval - point taken, centriod is for 2D; their line just represents the 'center of distribution' " | Read more » over 9 years ago
stoft "btbonval - true. I was just suggesting a fast integer approximation as a simple means to test and get a 1-number result. The existing work in patte..." | Read more » over 9 years ago
btbonval "@stoft the centroid would be a point (x,y), not a line (x=B for all y). sorry to nitpick verbiage. I got all mathy in this post, figured I'd keep u..." | Read more » over 9 years ago
btbonval "What @stoft described in the first message is usually accomplished using a matched filter in DSP. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matched_filter " | Read more » over 9 years ago
stoft "I think the term you are looking for is the "centroid" -- think of it as the point where the shape/volume/whatever would be physically balanced -- ..." | Read more » over 9 years ago