Colorgorical: Creating discriminable and preferable color palettes for information visualization
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Colorgorical: Creating discriminable and preferable color palettes for information visualization

Colorgorical: Creating discriminable and preferable color palettes for information visualization

Connor C. Gramazio, Dept. of Computer Science at Brown University
David H. Laidlaw, Dept. of Computer Science at Brown University
Karen B. Schloss, Dept. of Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences at Brown University

Colorgorical, a web-based tool for creating discriminable and aesthetically preferable categorical color palettes, uses iterative semi-random sampling to pick colors based on user-defined preferences.

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