This is one of my representative papers. It was posted on Nature.com, being selected as a Nature Research Highlight (also held the first rank of the most viewed research highlight on Nature.com from 14 December 2014 to 14 January 2015). Full list of media press.
Here I introduce the way to plot Figure 1A of the paper in detail.
1. Save color usages as file.
Suppose we’ve already got rank ordered usages for each color.
Let’s save rank ordered color usages as a tab separated file without header.
For example, if we have the following table,
where Color Usage is normalized and 0 ≤ Red, Green, Blue ≤ 255.
A tab separated file will be
1 0.003395 228 236 239 2 0.003363 227 235 238 3 0.002813 229 237 240 4 0.002767 224 233 238 5 0.002750 202 229 240
2. Install Gnuplot.
Please install it.
You can draw your own tsv file with the following Gnuplot script.
As an example, download
schloss.tsv at here.
Copy and paste the below code into a file. Its extension should be
Now, let’s double click the
plt file. Then the figure will be shown. It may take over 10 seconds.
schloss.tsv with your own file path, and check your figure.
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