palettes

Methods for Colour Vectors and Colour Palettes

By Michael McCarthy in R packages

October 14, 2022

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palettes is an R package for working with colour vectors and colour palettes. There are three main goals to the palettes package, each described in a vignette:

  • To provide a new family of colour classes (palettes_colour and palettes_palette) that always print as hex codes with colour previews; vignette("palettes").

  • To provide a comprehensive library of methods for working with colour vectors and colour palettes, including methods for ggplot2, vignette("ggplot2"); gt, vignette("gt"); biscale, vignette("biscale"); and other colour packages, vignette("compatibility").

  • To make it easy for anyone to make their own colour palette package; vignette("creating-packages"). Colour palette packages made with palettes exist solely for the purpose of distributing colour palettes and get access to all the features of palettes for free.

Installation

Install palettes from CRAN with:

install.packages("palettes")

Install the development version from GitHub or R-universe with:

# Install from GitHub
# install.packages("remotes")
remotes::install_github("mccarthy-m-g/palettes")

# Install from R-universe
install.packages('palettes', repos = 'https://mccarthy-m-g.r-universe.dev')

Documentation

See at https://mccarthy-m-g.github.io/palettes/ and also in the installed package: help(package = "palettes").

License

MIT © Michael McCarthy

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October 14, 2022
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