classmethod PerceptualColormap.from_list(*args, adjust_grays=True, **kwargs)[source]

Make a PerceptualColormap from a sequence of colors.

  • colors (sequence of color-spec or tuple) – If a sequence of RGB[A] tuples or color strings, the colormap transitions evenly from colors[0] at the left-hand side to colors[-1] at the right-hand side.

    If a sequence of (float, color-spec) tuples, the float values are the coordinate of each transition and must range from 0 to 1. This can be used to divide the colormap range unevenly.

  • name (str, optional) – The colormap name. This can also be passed as the first positional string argument. Default is '_no_name'.

  • ratios (sequence of float, optional) – Relative extents of each color transition. Must have length len(colors) - 1. Larger numbers indicate a slower transition, smaller numbers indicate a faster transition. For example, ('red', 'blue', 'green') with ratios=(2, 1) creates a colormap with the transition from red to blue taking twice as long as the transition from blue to green.

  • adjust_grays (bool, optional) – Whether to adjust the hues of grayscale colors (including 'white', 'black', and the 'grayN' open-color colors) to the hues of the preceding and subsequent colors in the sequence. This facilitates the construction of diverging colormaps with monochromatic segments using e.g. PerceptualColormap.from_list(['blue', 'white', 'red']).

Other Parameters

**kwargs – Passed to PerceptualColormap.


PerceptualColormap – The colormap.