combinedx: Returns a color vector of rainbow colors which are...

Description Usage Arguments Examples

View source: R/combinedx.R

Description

Returns a color vector of rainbow colors which are desaturated by 's' and darkened by 'v' to obtain the "combined" color scale.

Usage

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combinedx(x, s = c(1, 0.3), v = c(0.7, 1), start = 0, end = 1,
  clamp = NULL, flip = FALSE, alpha = 1, ...)

Arguments

x

is a numeric object to which rainbow colors combined with lightening and darkening should be matched.

s

is the range of the saturation values applied to the colors, where lower values suppress saturation. The default applies less strong colors at the higher values of x.

v

is the range of the value applied to the colors, where lower values causes darker colors. The default applies less daker colors at the lover values of x.

start

and 'end' are the start and end colors, given as values in [0,1].

flip

is true if the color scale should be reversed.

alpha

is the transparency.

...

methods passed on to sub-functions (not used, but allowing for unused arguments).

Examples

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## Not run: 
x=runif(1000)
pp(1,2)
plot(x, pch=".", cex=30, col=combinedx(x))
plot(x, pch=".", cex=30, col=combinedx(x,flip=TRUE))

## End(Not run)

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