ColorCAT: Guided Design of Colormaps for Combined Analysis Tasks

@inproceedings{Mittelstdt2015ColorCATGD,
  title={ColorCAT: Guided Design of Colormaps for Combined Analysis Tasks},
  author={Sebastian Mittelst{\"a}dt and Dominik J{\"a}ckle and Florian Stoffel and Daniel A. Keim},
  booktitle={EuroVis},
  year={2015}
}
Colormap design is challenging because the encoding must match the requirements of data and analysis tasks as well as the perception of the target user. A number of well-known tools exist to support the design of colormaps. ColorBrewer [HB03], for example, is a great resource to select colors for qualitative, sequential, and diverging data. PRAVDAColor [BRT95] and Tominski et al. [TFS08], for example, provide valuable guidelines for single analysis tasks such as localization, identification… CONTINUE READING
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