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Question:How to convert the csv or xml files to spectrum graph?

soheilkh asked on December 14, 2016 00:30
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What I want to do or know

I want to know if and how I can use the downloaded spectral file (e.g. csv or xml) to create a spectral distribution graph like the one spectrometers show.

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Also is there anyway (and whether it is allowed) to download/compile an executable (.exe) file that runs public lab spectrometer like a portable file with ability to calibrate?

Thanks!



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Hi sohelikh, I don't know how to create a spectral distribution graph like those you say.
The Spectralworkbench can be instaled in any computer running a local server for sure. You can install it in your laptop for example but I don't really know if an executable file can be done to port it let's say, in a pendrive.
Installation instructions can be found here:
https://github.com/publiclab/spectral-workbench

You can also shoot your pictures with your regular camera (not through the spectralworkbench tool) upload them to spectralworkbench.org and calibrate your spectra afterwards.
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Yes, there is CSV, XML, and JSON data download for each spectrum. It's on the lower left side of the screen in a grey bar. Hope that helps!


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