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Re: Colored ListDensityPlot

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  • Subject: [mg9264] Re: Colored ListDensityPlot
  • From: anrecht at (Joerg Anrecht)
  • Date: Fri, 24 Oct 1997 01:01:20 -0400
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On 20 Oct 1997 22:12:53 -0400, "David Keith" <dkeith at>

>I am trying to manipulate image data which is described as pixel
>intensity data, with the intensities of various colors in separate
>files. It is easy to read the data in, reformatting it as an array, and
>display a black and white image of any given color using
>What I would like to do is to plot it as a false color (or even true
>color) image using something like ListDensityPlot. Ideally I could
>describe the image as an array of vectors {R,G,B} and then plot the
>result as a color image.
>I would be grateful for any suggestions, or even a package, for doing
Hi David

try this:

(* a matrix with rgb-pixels in the range [0,1] *)

pic =  {

(* apply RGBColor to all pixels *}


(* and show the graphic *)


(* please notice, that the first line in pic is the bottom line in the
graphic *)

      Joerg Anrecht

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