Enums representing named colors available in matplotlib
A python 3.6+ library extending matplotlib's color handling.
Named color enums
Makes matplotlib's named colors more discoverable.
Defines enums for each of matplotlib's sets of named colours (base, Tableau, xkcd and CSS4), and one which combines all of them (where Tableau and xkcd names are prepended with
XKCD_ respectively, like matplotlib).
Color names are in
SCREAMING_SNAKE_CASE, as recommended.
Names originally containing a slash (
/) replace it with the
_SLASH_ (necessary to prevent collisions).
Instances of these enums are also instances of a named tuple with members
b (all floats between 0 and 1).
They also support a number of methods for conversion into
colour.Color objects, and RGBA, HSL, HSV, and YIQ tuples.
Also, length-6 hex strings (prepended with
colour's "web" format (whichever is shortest of W3C named color, length-3 hex, or length-6 hex, preferring named as a tie-break).
The enums are automatically generated directly from
matplotlib.colors using the included
Like matplotlib, they support both spellings of the word "grey"/"gray".
matplotlib.colors.Colormap subclass which deterministically converts integers into a random RGB tuple.
from matplotlib import pyplot as plt import numpy as np from mpl_colors import LabelColorMap img = np.random.randint(0, 255, (20, 20), dtype=np.uint8) masked = np.ma.masked_where(img < 100, img) fig, ax = plt.subplots() ax.imshow(masked, cmap=LabelColorMap(), interpolation='nearest') fig.show()
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