mnsl

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Converts a Munsell colour to hex

Take a character string representation of a Munsell colour and returns the hex specification of that colour

Usage
mnsl(col, ...)
Arguments
col

a character string representing a Munsell colour.

...

passed on to in_gamut. Use fix = TRUE to fix "bad" colours

Details

Munsell colours are specified by hue, value and chroma. They take a form like "5PB 5/10" where the first characters represent the hue, followed by a space then the value and chroma separated by a "/". In this package value should be an integer in 0:10 and chroma an even number at most 24. Note that not all possible specifications result in representable colours.

Value

a character string specification of a hex colour

See Also

check_mnsl,in_gamut, hvc2mnsl

Aliases
  • mnsl
  • mnsl2hex
Examples
# NOT RUN {
mnsl2hex("5PB 5/10")
# use a munsell colour in a plot
plot.new()
rect(0, 0, 1 ,1 , col = mnsl("5R 5/10"))
# }
Documentation reproduced from package munsell, version 0.5.0, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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