How to choose a bivariate color palette?

Bivariate color palettes are products of combining two separate color palettes. They are usually represented by a square with rows (one color palette) and columns (second color palette). You can more about how they are made in the blog post “Bivariate Choropleth Maps: A How-to Guide” by …

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Evaluation of the new palette() for R

R version 4.0 is just around the corner. One of the changes in the new version is the improved default color palette using the palette() function. Proposed colors The new proposed palette() default is less saturated and more balanced, while at the same time, it follows the same basic pattern of …

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