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Mono Color Palette

 

Description

Examples

Description

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The Mono plot palette is a sorted selection of shades of gray. It is designed for coloring filled areas. There are nine main shades in the palette as well as seven more named shades.

ColorTools:-DisplayPalette("Mono",noextend);

1. BlackishGray

2. WhitishGray

3. NeutralGray

4. DarkGray









5. LightGray

6. LightNeutralGray

7. VeryDarkGray

8. VeryLightGray









9. DarkNeutralGray

10. Gray14

11. Gray71

12. Gray27









13. Gray56

14. Gray20

15. Gray64

16. Gray31









 

Examples

You can reference colors in the palette by name or number in most commands that understand color names.

plotx,x3,x=1..1,color=Mono BlackishGray,Mono 3

CColorTools:-ColorMono 10

ColorTools:-ColorRGB,0.14117647,0.14117647,0.14117647

(1)

You can make Mono the default palette in plots using setcolors

plots:-setcolorsMono:

You can programmatically access the colors using ColorTools commands

PColorTools:-GetPaletteMono

ColorTools:-Palettemodule...end module,module...end module,module...end module,module...end module,module...end module,module...end module,module...end module,module...end module,module...end module,module...end module,module...end module,module...end module,module...end module,module...end module,module...end module,module...end module,BlackishGray,WhitishGray,NeutralGray,DarkGray,LightGray,LightNeutralGray,VeryDarkGray,VeryLightGray,DarkNeutralGray,Gray14,Gray71,Gray27,Gray56,Gray20,Gray64,Gray31,BlackishGrey=BlackishGray,VeryDarkGrey=VeryDarkGray,NeutralGrey=NeutralGray,Grey56=Gray56,LightNeutralGrey=LightNeutralGray,Grey71=Gray71,WhitishGrey=WhitishGray,DarkNeutralGrey=DarkNeutralGray,Grey27=Gray27,VeryLightGrey=VeryLightGray,Grey31=Gray31,Grey14=Gray14,Grey20=Gray20,Grey64=Gray64,LightGrey=LightGray,DarkGrey=DarkGray,palettename=Mono,palettetype=fill

(2)

P1

ColorTools:-ColorRGB,0.17254902,0.17254902,0.17254902,caption=Blackish Gray

(3)

ColorTools algorithms will automatically generate new colors beyond the main 16 colors:

P20

ColorTools:-ColorRGB,2.49574312510-10,0.1315828000,0.07043552000

(4)

nnumcolorsP

n16

(5)

plotseqsinx+iπn,i=1..n,x=0..2π,axes=boxed,color=:-GetColorsP1..n,legend=:-GetColorNamesP1..n,numpoints=25,style=point

The Mono palette is designed for filled areas, but the Lookup command can provide slightly altered shades of its colors for use in coloring points or lines.

LookupP,1,shade=line

ColorTools:-ColorRGB,0.082331377,0.12512158,0.10155221

(6)

LookupP,1,shade=point

ColorTools:-ColorRGB,0.,0.10858176,0.057060272

(7)

See Also

ColorTools

ColorTools[DisplayPalette]

ColorTools[Palette]

ColorTools[Palettes][Lookup]

plots[setcolors]