pal_unikn combines the 5 blue colors from color palette pal_seeblau with the 6 non-blue colors of pal_unikn to a palette containing 11 color values.

pal_unikn

Format

An object of class data.frame with 1 rows and 11 columns.

Details

Adding seeblau5 (i.e., pal_seeblau[1]) to the default color palette pal_unikn also puts white at the central (middle) position of a palette with 11 values:

pal_unikn[[6]] is white or "#FFFFFF".

This is useful when creating color gradients.

See https://www.uni-konstanz.de/en/university/news-and-media/create-online-and-print-media/corporate-design/ for details.

See also

pal_unikn for the default uni.kn color palette; pal_seeblau for the uni.kn seeblau color palette; seecol to show color palettes; usecol to use color palettes.

Other color palettes: pal_bordeaux, pal_grau, pal_karpfenblau, pal_peach, pal_petrol, pal_pinky, pal_seeblau, pal_seegruen, pal_signal, pal_unikn_dark, pal_unikn_light, pal_unikn_pair, pal_unikn_ppt, pal_unikn_pref, pal_unikn_web

Examples

pal_unikn
#> seeblau5 seeblau4 seeblau3 seeblau2 seeblau1 white seegrau1 seegrau2 #> 1 #008ECE #00A9E0 #59C7EB #A6E1F4 #CCEEF9 #FFFFFF #E5E5E5 #CCCCCC #> seegrau3 seegrau4 black #> 1 #999999 #666666 #000000
dim(pal_unikn) # 1 11
#> [1] 1 11
# Access by position: pal_unikn[1] # new color "seeblau5" (as df)
#> seeblau5 #> 1 #008ECE
pal_unikn[[1]] # new color value "#008ECE"
#> [1] "#008ECE"
# Access by name: pal_unikn["seeblau5"] # new color "seeblau5" (as df)
#> seeblau5 #> 1 #008ECE
pal_unikn[["seeblau5"]] # new color value "#008ECE"
#> [1] "#008ECE"
# Plotting palette: seecol(pal_unikn)
# Note: pal_unikn[6] # "white" or "#FFFFFF" as central of 11 colors
#> white #> 1 #FFFFFF