We have identified an error in the Photosynthesis RIDES macro, which is used to process the data from the Photosynthesis RIDES protocol. If you were using this protocol you may have noticed that your NPQt values were a bit higher than expected, or your PhiNO values were a bit lower than expected. This was due to an error in how we determined Foprime, which is key in calculating these parameters.
The good news is that the PhotosynQ platform is built to allow users to correct issues like this, and apply it to data that you have already collected!
We have now changed the macro to correct the error. So, the next time you go to one of your Photosynthesis RIDES projects, you will see the prompt below asking if you want to recalculate your parameters based on updates to the macro. If you choose yes, the updates will be applied to your data. If you choose no, your data will remain in its present form.