ColorBrewer is an online tool designed to help people select good color schemes for maps and other graphics. It is free to use, although we’d appreciate it if you could cite us if you decide to use one of our color schemes.
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 8 articles )
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- Heiberger, Richard M.; Holland, Burt: Statistical analysis and data display. An intermediate course with examples in R (2015)
- Lehrmann, Andreas; Huber, Michael; Polatkan, Aydin C.; Pritzkau, Albert; Nieselt, Kay: Visualizing dimensionality reduction of systems biology data (2013) ioport
- Wills, Graham: Visualizing time. Designing graphical representations for statistical data (2012)
- Zieffler, Andrew S.; Harring, Jeffrey R.; Long, Jeffrey D.: Comparing groups. Randomization and bootstrap methods using R. (2011)
- Zeileis, Achim; Hornik, Kurt; Murrell, Paul: Escaping RGBland: selecting colors for statistical graphics (2009)
- Sarkar, Deepayan: Lattice. Multivariate data visualization with R (2008)