I am very excited to write that, after a successful second attempt at collecting enough essays, the book 52 Things You Should Know About Geocomputing, by Agile Libre, is very […]
Yep, colormaps again! In my 2014 tutorial on The Leading Edge I showed how to Evaluate and compare colormaps (Jupyter notebook here). The article followed an extended series of posts (The rainbow […]
Oh, the new, perceptual MatplotLib colormaps….. Here’s one stunning, recent Truecolor image of Pluto from the New Horizons mission: Below, I recolored using two of the new colormaps:
Read the full story on NASA’s Visualization Explorer site.
Another old model brought back to life. This is the Click on the image below to see the model in action. This is the ternary system quartz – nepheline – […]
I just tried Sketchfab today at lunch. In less than five minutes I was able to bring back from the dead my defunct AutoCAD 3D model of the Yoder-Tilley tetrahedron […]
These below are two copies of a seismic horizon from the open source Penobscot 3D seismic survey coloured using two different colormaps (data from Hall, 2014). Do you think either of them is ‘better’? […]
I recently added to my Matlab File Exchange function, Perceptually improved colormaps, a colormap for periodic data like azimuth or phase. I am going to briefly showcase it using data from my degree […]