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Perceptually uniform colourmaps

Project description

Python package

cmcrameri

This is a basic Python wrapper around Fabio Crameri's perceptually uniform colour maps

http://www.fabiocrameri.ch/colourmaps.php

All credit for creating the colourmaps to Fabio. Any errors in the Python implementation of said colourmaps are my own.

Current version is based on Scientific Colourmaps Version 6.0.4 (06.01.2020)

Work in progress Not ready for public use yet! I haven't shipped a package before. The eventual aim is for this repo to serve PyPi and conda

Install

pip install cmcrameri

Basic use example

from cmcrameri import cm
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np
x = np.linspace(0, 100, 100)[None, :]  
plt.imshow(x, aspect='auto', cmap=cm.batlow) # or any of the other colourmaps made by Fabio Crameri
plt.axis('off')
plt.show()

Extra instructions

You can access all the core colourmaps from Fabio Crameri's list by cm.<colormapname>

You can also use tab autocompletion on cm if your editor supports it

For a reversed colourmap, append _r to the colourmap name

For a sample of all the available colourmaps without leaving the comfort of your Python session

from cmcrameri.cm import show_cmaps 
show_cmaps()

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