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    10 palette paper reflectance Inf darker than darkest palette paper Inf lighter than Munsell 9 5 but appears as a surface NaN glowing Column 3 2nd match same format as column 2 Column 4 3rd match same format as column 2 The second table contains the same data but rearranged to make explicit the test luminances matched to each palette paper These tables may be obtained from the first but are provided for convenience Column 1 log10 palette paper reflectance Additional columns provide test luminance matched to each paper Number of additional columns is determined by the maximum number of matches to any palette paper NaN is used to fill out columns for palette papers with fewer than maximum number of matches made to them We provide also a figure showing model fit through the data as well as the response function for this observer for the experiment condition s he participated in Each figure consists of two subplots Subplot on the left represents the average test log 10 luminance plotted against the palette paper log 10 reflectance for this observer The line throught the data points respresents the model fit The format of the figure matches the format of

    Original URL path: http://color.psych.upenn.edu/supplements/dynrangelightness/ncd/dataNCD.html (2016-02-16)
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    10 palette paper reflectance Inf darker than darkest palette paper Inf lighter than Munsell 9 5 but appears as a surface NaN glowing Column 3 2nd match same format as column 2 Column 4 3rd match same format as column 2 The second table contains the same data but rearranged to make explicit the test luminances matched to each palette paper These tables may be obtained from the first but are provided for convenience Column 1 log10 palette paper reflectance Additional columns provide test luminance matched to each paper Number of additional columns is determined by the maximum number of matches to any palette paper NaN is used to fill out columns for palette papers with fewer than maximum number of matches made to them We provide also a figure showing model fit through the data as well as the response function for this observer for the experiment condition s he participated in Each figure consists of two subplots Subplot on the left represents the average test log 10 luminance plotted against the palette paper log 10 reflectance for this observer The line throught the data points respresents the model fit The format of the figure matches the format of

    Original URL path: http://color.psych.upenn.edu/supplements/dynrangelightness/rpd/dataRPD.html (2016-02-16)
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    10 palette paper reflectance Inf darker than darkest palette paper Inf lighter than Munsell 9 5 but appears as a surface NaN glowing Column 3 2nd match same format as column 2 Column 4 3rd match same format as column 2 The second table contains the same data but rearranged to make explicit the test luminances matched to each palette paper These tables may be obtained from the first but are provided for convenience Column 1 log10 palette paper reflectance Additional columns provide test luminance matched to each paper Number of additional columns is determined by the maximum number of matches to any palette paper NaN is used to fill out columns for palette papers with fewer than maximum number of matches made to them We provide also a figure showing model fit through the data as well as the response function for this observer for the experiment condition s he participated in Each figure consists of two subplots Subplot on the left represents the average test log 10 luminance plotted against the palette paper log 10 reflectance for this observer The line throught the data points respresents the model fit The format of the figure matches the format of

    Original URL path: http://color.psych.upenn.edu/supplements/dynrangelightness/stg/dataSTG.html (2016-02-16)
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    10 palette paper reflectance Inf darker than darkest palette paper Inf lighter than Munsell 9 5 but appears as a surface NaN glowing Column 3 2nd match same format as column 2 Column 4 3rd match same format as column 2 The second table contains the same data but rearranged to make explicit the test luminances matched to each palette paper These tables may be obtained from the first but are provided for convenience Column 1 log10 palette paper reflectance Additional columns provide test luminance matched to each paper Number of additional columns is determined by the maximum number of matches to any palette paper NaN is used to fill out columns for palette papers with fewer than maximum number of matches made to them We provide also a figure showing model fit through the data as well as the response function for this observer for the experiment condition s he participated in Each figure consists of two subplots Subplot on the left represents the average test log 10 luminance plotted against the palette paper log 10 reflectance for this observer The line throught the data points respresents the model fit The format of the figure matches the format of

    Original URL path: http://color.psych.upenn.edu/supplements/dynrangelightness/tfm/dataTFM.html (2016-02-16)
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    be obtained from the first but are provided for convenience Column 1 log10 palette paper reflectance Additional columns provide test luminance matched to each paper Number of additional columns is determined by the maximum number of matches to any palette paper NaN is used to fill out columns for palette papers with fewer than maximum number of matches made to them We provide also a figure showing model fit through the data as well as the response function for this observer for the experiment condition s he participated in Each figure consists of two subplots Subplot on the left represents the average test log 10 luminance plotted against the palette paper log 10 reflectance for this observer The line throught the data points respresents the model fit The format of the figure matches the format of the data plots provided in the paper Subplot on the right represents the response functions for this observer in a given experiment The format of the figure matches the format of the response function plots provided in the paper Experiment 2 Effect of contextual luminance range Reflectance matches for each test luminance Condition 10 000 Range 1000 Range 30 Range Test luminance matches for

    Original URL path: http://color.psych.upenn.edu/supplements/dynrangelightness/ajh/dataAJH.html (2016-02-16)
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    be obtained from the first but are provided for convenience Column 1 log10 palette paper reflectance Additional columns provide test luminance matched to each paper Number of additional columns is determined by the maximum number of matches to any palette paper NaN is used to fill out columns for palette papers with fewer than maximum number of matches made to them We provide also a figure showing model fit through the data as well as the response function for this observer for the experiment condition s he participated in Each figure consists of two subplots Subplot on the left represents the average test log 10 luminance plotted against the palette paper log 10 reflectance for this observer The line throught the data points respresents the model fit The format of the figure matches the format of the data plots provided in the paper Subplot on the right represents the response functions for this observer in a given experiment The format of the figure matches the format of the response function plots provided in the paper Experiment 2 Effect of contextual luminance range Reflectance matches for each test luminance Condition 10 000 Range 1000 Range 30 Range Test luminance matches for

    Original URL path: http://color.psych.upenn.edu/supplements/dynrangelightness/arp/dataARP.html (2016-02-16)
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    be obtained from the first but are provided for convenience Column 1 log10 palette paper reflectance Additional columns provide test luminance matched to each paper Number of additional columns is determined by the maximum number of matches to any palette paper NaN is used to fill out columns for palette papers with fewer than maximum number of matches made to them We provide also a figure showing model fit through the data as well as the response function for this observer for the experiment condition s he participated in Each figure consists of two subplots Subplot on the left represents the average test log 10 luminance plotted against the palette paper log 10 reflectance for this observer The line throught the data points respresents the model fit The format of the figure matches the format of the data plots provided in the paper Subplot on the right represents the response functions for this observer in a given experiment The format of the figure matches the format of the response function plots provided in the paper Experiment 2 Effect of contextual luminance range Reflectance matches for each test luminance Condition 10 000 Range 1000 Range 30 Range Test luminance matches for

    Original URL path: http://color.psych.upenn.edu/supplements/dynrangelightness/kjn/dataKJN.html (2016-02-16)
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    be obtained from the first but are provided for convenience Column 1 log10 palette paper reflectance Additional columns provide test luminance matched to each paper Number of additional columns is determined by the maximum number of matches to any palette paper NaN is used to fill out columns for palette papers with fewer than maximum number of matches made to them We provide also a figure showing model fit through the data as well as the response function for this observer for the experiment condition s he participated in Each figure consists of two subplots Subplot on the left represents the average test log 10 luminance plotted against the palette paper log 10 reflectance for this observer The line throught the data points respresents the model fit The format of the figure matches the format of the data plots provided in the paper Subplot on the right represents the response functions for this observer in a given experiment The format of the figure matches the format of the response function plots provided in the paper Experiment 2 Effect of contextual luminance range Reflectance matches for each test luminance Condition 10 000 Range 1000 Range 30 Range Test luminance matches for

    Original URL path: http://color.psych.upenn.edu/supplements/dynrangelightness/orp/dataORP.html (2016-02-16)
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