The function reads an array of three matrixes (red, green and blue). There are many ways to get to that from your computer (for example, the readJPEG function in the jpeg package). I have not implemented that in the function because you may want to play a little with the picture before extracting its palette. For example, you may want to reduce its resolution. The function has some options. The most important, from my point of view, is the number of chips that you want to include in your palette. This is the palette's resolution.
|Maintainer||Gabriel Arellano <[email protected]>|
|License||What license is it under?|
|Package repository||View on GitHub|
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