For a computer monitor, it's important that the brightness is spread evenly in the greyscale from black to white, and that the primary colours are where they should be in terms of colour fidelity.
The primary colours are almost in the right place in the grey radient.
The colour range isn't great. The mutual brightness also isn't good great due to peaks of blue and magenta. For an IPS display, these are disappointing results, also reflected by the DeltaE 94 scores.
The colour temperature of 6241 Kelvin makes the screen more orange than it should be. The brightness of 209 cd/m² is reasonable, along with the 774:1 contrast.