pal_unikn_light provides an additional uni.kn color palette that collects 2 light colors of 4 color palettes as a data frame containing 8 colors (in 4 pairs).

pal_unikn_light

Format

An object of class data.frame with 1 rows and 10 columns.

Details

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

See also

pal_unikn_dark for a darker uni.kn color palette; pal_unikn_pair for a pairwise uni.kn color palette; pal_unikn for the default uni.kn 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_pair, pal_unikn_ppt, pal_unikn_pref, pal_unikn_web, pal_unikn

Examples

pal_unikn_light
#> seeblau3 seeblau1 peach3 peach1 seegruen3 seegruen1 pinky2 pinky1 grau2 #> 1 #59C7EB #CCEEF9 #FFB8AC #FEE2DD #0AA398 #71D1CC #ECA0B2 #F3BFCB #B8BCC1 #> grau1 #> 1 #E1E2E5
dim(pal_unikn_light) # 1 8
#> [1] 1 10
# Access by position: pal_unikn_light[1] # color "seeblau3" (as df)
#> seeblau3 #> 1 #59C7EB
pal_unikn_light[[1]] # color value "#59C7EB"
#> [1] "#59C7EB"
# Access by name: pal_unikn_light["seeblau3"] # color "seeblau3" (as df)
#> seeblau3 #> 1 #59C7EB
pal_unikn_light[["seeblau3"]] # color value "#59C7EB"
#> [1] "#59C7EB"
# Plotting palette: seecol(pal_unikn_light)