Perceptually uniform colormaps by Fabio Crameri
This is a Python wrapper around Fabio Crameri's perceptually uniform colormaps.
All credit for creating the colormaps to Fabio. Any errors in the Python implementation of colormaps are my own.
This version is based on Scientific colour maps version 7.0 (02.02.2021).
pip install cmcrameri
conda install -c conda-forge cmcrameri
import cmcrameri.cm as cmc import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import numpy as np x = np.linspace(0, 1, 100)[np.newaxis, :] plt.imshow(x, aspect='auto', cmap=cmc.batlow) plt.axis('off') plt.show()
Alternatively, the registered name string can be used.
import cmrameri # required in order to register the colormaps with Matplotlib ... plt.imshow(x, aspect='auto', cmap='cmc.batlow')
You can access all the core colormaps from Fabio Crameri's list by
You can use tab autocompletion on
cmcrameri.cm if your editor supports it.
For a reversed colormap, append
_r to the colormap name.
Categorical colormaps have the suffix
For an image of all the available colormaps without leaving the comfort of your Python session:
from cmcrameri import show_cmaps show_cmaps()
The original colormap text files are shipped as part of the package. Find them on your system with:
from cmcrameri.cm import paths paths
This work is licensed under an MIT license.
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