I work in a botanical garden. My daughter wants to compare various light sources on plant growth ...
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The start page in Spectral Workbench (https://spectralworkbench.org/) will ask you to select your camera, but it may initially default to a built-in web cam or another camera you've connected to your computer, so you might want to double check your device settings to make sure that the spectrometer's camera is recognized and selected (keeping in mind that the spectrometer camera is connecting through the USB, and isn't the built-in web cam).