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Colors
Combining a new level of programmatic support for symbolic color with carefully chosen aesthetic color parametrizations, Mathematica allows a uniquely flexible and compelling approach to color and transparency in graphics and all other forms of display.
RGBColor, Hue, CMYKColor, GrayLevel color models
Lighter, Darker make colors lighter, darker
Blend blend of colors
ColorData hundreds of color schemes (gradients, named collections, etc.)
"Gradients"  ▪ "Indexed"  ▪ "Physical"  ▪ "Rainbow"  ▪ "Temperature"  ▪ ...
Named Colors
Red  ▪ Green  ▪ Blue  ▪ Black  ▪ White  ▪ Gray  ▪ Cyan  ▪ Magenta  ▪ Yellow  ▪ Brown  ▪ Orange  ▪ Pink  ▪ Purple
LightRed  ▪ LightGreen  ▪ LightBlue  ▪ LightGray  ▪ LightCyan  ▪ LightMagenta  ▪ LightYellow  ▪ LightBrown  ▪ LightOrange  ▪ LightPink  ▪ LightPurple
    
Opacity opacity level (0 for transparent)
    
Style specify a color for any object
    
Glow glow color for 3D graphics
Specularity shininess color for 3D graphics
VertexColors, VertexNormals data for color interpolation in polygons
    
ColorRules rules for determining colors for discrete data
ColorFunction general function for determining colors from coordinates and values
    
Interactive Color Controls
    
Import, Export import, export with many color maps, depths, models
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