viridis (0.5.1)

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Default Color Maps from 'matplotlib'.

Implementation of the 'viridis' - the default -, 'magma', 'plasma', 'inferno', and 'cividis' color maps for 'R'. 'viridis', 'magma', 'plasma', and 'inferno' are ported from 'matplotlib' , a popular plotting library for 'python'. 'cividis', was developed by Jamie R. Nuez and Sean M. Colby. These color maps are designed in such a way that they will analytically be perfectly perceptually-uniform, both in regular form and also when converted to black-and-white. They are also designed to be perceived by readers with the most common form of color blindness (all color maps in this package) and color vision deficiency ('cividis' only).

Maintainer: Simon Garnier
Author(s): Simon Garnier [aut, cre], Noam Ross [ctb, cph], Bob Rudis [ctb, cph], Marco Sciaini [ctb, cph], Cdric Scherer [ctb, cph]

License: MIT + file LICENSE

Uses: ggplot2, gridExtra, viridisLite, colorspace, dichromat, mapproj, rgdal, hexbin, MASS, testthat, rasterVis, scales, knitr, httr, rmarkdown, covr, svglite, vdiffr
Reverse depends: heatmaply, permutes, reinsureR
Reverse suggests: arcos, ARPobservation, autoimage, bigstatsr, colorspace, cowplot, CSFA, cytometree, dynwrap, eclust, gbm, getCRUCLdata, ggjoy, ggpointdensity, ggridges, glmmfields, grattan, httk, IceCast, kernelTDA, leri, lineqGPR, metR, mlbgameday, nosoi, palr, pdSpecEst, pksensi, platetools, powerlmm, prioritizrdata, QPot, radiomics, rayshader, refuge, Rmagic, ropenaq, rsimsum, samc, SIBER, sjPlot, soilDB, spant, spbabel, spectralGraphTopology, stacomiR, stars, stormwindmodel, sugrrants, tcensReg, themetagenomics, tidyjson

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