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Re: Color Saturation in plots


Could you use Clip on your data to cut down the peaks?

If you could use a contour plot instead of a density plot then the
Presentations application has a ContourColors function that causes each
contour region to have a distinct color where you can specify the contour
values. I usually use this where there is a significant plateau area where
one would want many close lying contours, which in a sense is what you have.



David Park
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From: Ben Blomberg [mailto:bblomberg at mail.bradley.edu] 



Maybe if there was a way to have the colors on a log scale?


On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 3:16 PM, Ben Blomberg
<bblomberg at mail.bradley.edu>wrote:

> Hello All,
>
> I am working on some density plots from tables of data. However I have 
> very high peaks in my data and it saturates the plot no matter what 
> color scheme I use. Is there a way I can prevent this from happening???
>
> Here is my code, it is simple enough. photo is the table of data I 
> export in.
>
> ListDensityPlot[photo, PlotLegends -> Automatic, Frame -> {True},  
> FrameLabel -> {"Electron Bunch Energy (MeV)", "Photon Energy (keV)",
>    "", "Yield (Photons/Sr e-KeV)" }, LabelStyle -> {15},  
> InterpolationOrder -> 10, ColorFunction -> "GreenPinkTones"]
>
> I have played around with ColorFunctionScaling but with no luck. i 
> would appreciate any thoughts.
>
> Best,
> Ben
>





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