[R] (offtopic) I need two sets of 5 different color scales
Matthias.Kohl@uni-bayreuth.de
Matthias.Kohl at uni-bayreuth.de
Sat Apr 10 17:24:45 CEST 2004
maybe, the RColorBrewer package does what you want?
see also: ColorBrewer.org
> Hi,
>
> I am plotting a policy function (result from a dynamic stochastic
> optimization problem, discretized approximation). The policy function
> maps from an 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x B x F state space to a B x F state space (B
> and F are usually between 4-6, and represent domestic and foreign
> savings. The other variables are income (Y), inflation (Pi), domestic
> and foreign interest rates (R and Z)). I actually wrote a plotting
> function to represent all this, the result is attached -- please have a
> look at it and help me...
>
> I need advice in the following: I need two sets of colors for B and F
> which are easy to distinguish (when printed on a color laser printer),
> represent cardinality (ie have an intuitive mapping to an interval) or
> at least ordinality.
>
> I have experimented with the following:
>
> Bcolors <- hsv(.6, seq(0.2, 1, length=5), 1)
> Fcolors <- hsv(seq(.1,0, length=5), seq(0.2, 1, length=5)
>
> this is what you see in the plot. What colors would you use? Do you
> think that varying both brightness and hue helps to distinguish
> colors? Should I change saturation, too?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Tamas
>
> PS.: The plot is simply gzipped. If you need a zipped version, or the
> source code, contact me.
>
> --
> Tamás K. Papp
> E-mail: tpapp at axelero.hu
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