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Re: ColorFunction in DensityPlot


I forgot to mention:
Hue alone doesn't do the job. It always scales to the range of the data.

Also, Hue[2/3(1- # Max[data])]&  seems to work, but is there a better
way?

sh

I previously wrote:

> Let's say we're solving the heat equation on [0,1]x[0,1] numerically
> with an initial temperature distribution with values in [0,1], and
> we're displaying the solution with ListDensityPlot as it evolves over
> time. How can one specify the ColorFunction option in ListDensityPlot
> so that a temperature of 1 _always_ shows as red and a temperature of 0
> always shows as blue (with green, yellow, orange in between)? In other
> words, I need a fixed mapping between function values and color.
>
> Thanks!

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