Aptech Systems, Inc. Worldwide Headquarters
Aptech Systems, Inc.
2350 East Germann Road, Suite #21
Chandler, AZ 85286
Ready to Get Started?
Request Quote & Product Information
Training & Events
Step-by-step, informative lessons for those who want to dive into GAUSS and achieve their goals, fast.
Have a Specific Question?
Q&A: Register and Login
Premier Support and Platinum Premier Support are annually renewable membership programs that provide you with important benefits including technical support, product maintenance, and substantial cost-saving features for your GAUSS System or the GAUSS Engine.
Join our community to see why our users are considered some of the most active and helpful in the industry!
Where to Buy
Recent Tagsapplications character vectors CML CMLMT Constrained Optimization datasets dates dlibrary dllcall error error handling errors Excel FANPACMT file i/o floating network GAUSS Engine graphics GUI hotkeys installation Java API license licensing linux loading data matrices matrix matrix manipulation Maxlik MaxLikMT Memory optimization Optmum output PQG graphics procs RAM random numbers string functions strings structures threading Time Series writing data
Time Series 2.0 MT
Find out more now
Time Series MT 2.1
Colors for Plots
Where can I find a list of the names of the new colors available in the new GAUSS graphics?
For example, the documentation for
states that colors is
String array, name or rgb value of the new colors.
clrs = "aqua"$|"midnight blue";
as an example.
Where are the other names (and the colors they refer to) documented?
....and I find the answer right after asking the question: Section 30 of the User Guide!
This list of named colors in section 30 of the User Guide is a list of of the colors that are supported in all web browsers. You can see the list here.
GAUSS can accept the color name as a string or its hex value. For example:
clrs = "coral"$|"indigo";
is equivalent to:
clrs = "#ff7f50"$|"#4b0082";
See the chart from the link in the first paragraph to see where the hex values came from.
Since the string names make for more readable code, they are generally preferred. However, the hex values gives you a wider range of color options.