Optimisation of colour schemes to accurately display mass spectrometry imaging data based on human colour perception

@article{Race2015OptimisationOC,
  title={Optimisation of colour schemes to accurately display mass spectrometry imaging data based on human colour perception},
  author={Alan M. Race and Josephine Bunch},
  journal={Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry},
  year={2015},
  volume={407},
  pages={2047-2054}
}
AbstractThe choice of colour scheme used to present data can have a dramatic effect on the perceived structure present within the data. This is of particular significance in mass spectrometry imaging (MSI), where ion images that provide 2D distributions of a wide range of analytes are used to draw conclusions about the observed system. Commonly employed colour schemes are generally suboptimal for providing an accurate representation of the maximum amount of data. Rainbow-based colour schemes… CONTINUE READING
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