Originally Posted by gwgill
Some X-Rite driver releases include a spectral sample file (.edr) for plasma displays, for instance the color calibration tools for Dell PremierColor displays that you can find here: http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/555/Product/dell-u2713h
as the second application download "UltraSharp Color Calibration Solution Setup.exe". If you don't want to install this, you can use http://www.argyllcms.com/oeminst_win32_exe.zip
from the ArgyllCMS V1.5 code base to locate and install the corresponding .ccss spectral sample files from the Dell install .exe.
Thanks for the pointer to another plasma edr. I measured the differences between my matrix corrected probe and various .ccss corrections:
The dotted lines in the following plots are the matrix corrected results, the magenta lines are dE with respect to D65 and the light colored lines are dE with respect to the reference probe.
1st up is no correction. The uncorredted probe does not "see" enough of the red primary. dE ~7
Next is using the ccss I built using my i1pro 2. About half the error is corrected, dE ~3.8
Next is using the ccss from the dell color correction package, it actually does slightly better with dE ~3.5
Here is the OLED ccss from that package, pretty similar to plasma but a bit worse, dE ~3.9
And here is a CCFL LCD, better than uncorrected but not as good as a plasma correction, dE ~5.1