@mckynzee, the other post I often refer people to that seems to have a decent number of hits is this one.
It's specifically for people that have drip systems that don't have continuous, evenly spaced emitters. We have a lot of those here in Arizona, but I know others from other parts of the country, like @Linn, have used it as well. There's another thread or two that have the method of calibrating drip systems using a method of reading a usage number from the water meter and plugging it into one of your calculators which would be good to MVP as well. Then there is a 3rd recommendation that has links to online calculators, but they are restricted to continuous, evenly spaced emitters.
In summary, I recommend linking to:
- 'single or multi' port drip designs that don't have continuous, evenly spaced emitters (thread above)
- continuous, evenly spaced emitters' (water meter + calculator method)
- 'continuous', evenly spaced emitters' (online calculator)
For #2, there's this thread. Here's the calculator: Maybe @Linn can comment on if it's the best one to use for that method?
for #3, this thread has a link to an online calculator. There may be others.