Monitor calibration quality assessment?

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Monitor calibration quality assessment?

This is a survey like question. For those that color calibrate their monitors what calculation method do you most frequently rely on to check quality of the calibration?

1) delta-E 1976

2) delta-E 1994 (CIE94)

3) delta-E 2000 (DE*00)

In addition to this, what criteria do you use to assess pass or fail, average delta-E and maximum delta-E? E.g., average delta-E < 2% and max delta-E < 4%?

Please also comment on your reasoning for choosing one method over the other.

I have Dell UP2718Q and Dell use delta-E 1994 (CIE94) with criteria average delta-E < 2% for their internal quality control prior to shipping monitors. X-Rite calibration software only provides option for delta-E 1976 and delta-E 2000. The latter provides lower delta-E values as it accounts for diminished human perception of color differences which is likely a more pragmatic approach to color accuracy assessment.

Thanks in advance!

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