[argyllcms] Re: i view the test.x3d.html but still not get what's the use of thesee algorithm, it's only little difference between the algorithm from the view of html file of the command below.
- From: Graeme Gill <graeme@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Fri, 19 May 2017 12:15:04 +1000
The *-t* flag overrides the default full spread test patch algorithm, and
makes use of the
Incremental Far Point Distribution algorithm, which incrementally searches
for test points
that are as far away as possible from any existing points. This is used as
the default for
dimensions higher than 4.
The full spread algorithm choices represent my experiments in different
These led to the current default for 4 or less inks, which I regard as optimal.
Rather than hide all these alternatives, they remain available for
and for exploring devices with > 4 inks (even though there is no profile
capability for > 4 inks.)
There is the description in the documentation that gives some hint as to
You can examine the numerical values produced.
You can visualize them with the 3D plot output in device or perceptual space.
You can examine and experiment with the source code.
You can try them out and see what difference if any they make to
the resulting profile.
Or you can be content with the default.
I think all this is sufficient at this point in time.
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