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Use Wes Anderson Color Palettes in Matplotlib & Seaborn

Project Description

**W**es **A**nderson **M**at**P**lot**L**ib Palettes
aka `wes`

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This is another [Wes Anderson Palettes](
implementation. Currnetly, if you set your default pallete, it just modifies the
default color cycle to the one provided by the blog. I don't make any
classification or useage inferences, unlike jiffyclub's fantastic

Check out the [demo notebook]( for more information.


It's about as easy as:
import wes
and then your future plots will use the `Rushmore` palette. If you'd like to
reset your palette, use

import matplotlib
Otherwise, you can show all palettes available using `wes.available()` and can
plot two palettes against each other using `wes.plot_palettes(*args)`.

You can also use this with
[seaborn]( Just remember to set
your palette **after** importing seaborn, as seaborn overwrites matplotlib's


This is licensed in the Creative Commons for Attribution and ShareAlike

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