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| p.1 #2 · ColorEyes Display Pro and iMac/MBP |
Those are good 'get into the ballpark' numbers. there aren't a lot of hard absolute numbers to use during calibration but rather a lot of 'it depends'. The luminance value is OK but it depends on where the print is going to be displayed. A darker room wants lower values and the range is something like 85-120. The gamma can be either 2.2 or L* (L* gives better linearity). White target is OK @ D65 (it's the most common) although again, you can move it around a bit (I use 6000K). Black point should be around 0.3 (or 300:1 if you can specify contrast ratio)
I assume the 'graph' is the dE display and you would like to see the values around 1 or less although for the darker colors/grays, you will probably see a rising value.