Color Schemes

The Wolfram Language includes a wide selection of carefully chosen color schemes that can immediately be used throughout the Wolfram Language graphics and visualization system.

ColorData named color gradients and collections

"Image"  ▪  "Panel"  ▪  "ColorFunction"  ▪  ...

Palettes Color Schemes a palette for selecting a color scheme

ColorDataFunction color scheme object

Color Gradients

"Gradients" list of named color gradients

AlpineColors LakeColors
ArmyColors MintColors
AtlanticColors NeonColors
AuroraColors PearlColors
AvocadoColors PlumColors
BeachColors RoseColors
CandyColors SolarColors
CMYKColors SouthwestColors
DeepSeaColors StarryNightColors
FallColors SunsetColors
FruitPunchColors ThermometerColors
IslandColors WatermelonColors
 
BrassTones GreenPinkTones
BrownCyanTones PigeonTones
CherryTones RedBlueTones
CoffeeTones RustTones
FuchsiaTones SiennaTones
GrayTones ValentineTones
GrayYellowTones
 
DarkTerrain LightTerrain
GreenBrownTerrain SandyTerrain
 
BrightBands DarkBands
 
Aquamarine Pastel
BlueGreenYellow Rainbow
DarkRainbow TemperatureMap
LightTemperatureMap

Named Colors

"HTML" named HTML colors (e.g. "Crimson")

"Atoms" colors for atom icons (e.g. "C", "O", "Fe", ...)

Indexed Color Palette Collections

"Indexed" list of indexed color collections (ColorData[n] etc.)

Physics-Oriented Color Schemes

"VisibleSpectrum" colors based on light wavelength in nanometers

"BlackBodySpectrum" colors based on temperature in kelvin