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If they stand alone—for example, two different charts, one red and one green—and they are labeled well, then it may not be an issue at all if they both appear brown in color. Color is a secondary feature simply encoding positive vs.

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While this may not be the best choice of colors, someone with CVD can interpret this chart without the use of color to make the comparison. Notice that the problem here is much more complex than just simply red vs. When colors are mixed, they can also be problematic. One color combination that is frequently overlooked is using blue and purple together. In an RGB color model, purple is achieved by using blue and red together.

If someone has issues with red, then the person may also have issues with purple, which would appear to look like blue.

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Also, pink and gray together and gray and brown together can be problematic. Below is the Tableau 10 color palette using a deuteranope simulation. Not only are red, green, and brown problematic but so are blue and purple, pink and gray, and gray and brown. My brother-in-law has CVD, so he is frequently the guinea pig for my color experiments. He seems to suffer from protanopia, which is simulated below on the right.

So now that we know there are many more combinations of color that can be problematic, what should we do?

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One color used together in combination with another color is generally fine when one of them is not usually associated with CVD. For the most common conditions of CVD, all of these work well, since blue would generally look blue to someone with CVD. Tableau has a built-in colorblind-friendly palette designed by Maureen Stone. This palette works very well for the common cases of CVD. Below is the Tableau colorblind-friendly palette under both deuteranope and protanope simulation. Notice how well this color palette works for the various comparisons of color.

So now what can we do? For someone with CVD, the problem is primarily with color hue e. Almost anyone can tell the difference between a very light color and a very dark color, so another option when using red and green together is to use a really light green, a medium yellow, and a very dark red.

This would appear to be more of a sequential color scheme to someone who has strong CVD, but the person would at least be able to distinguish red from green based on light vs. Along those same lines, if using red and green, you can also add icons, directional arrows, labels, annotations, or other indicators that would allow a person with CVD to see that something is bad red vs. Red: It's after six, he's gone home. Red: When a guy is very sensitive, lavishes gifts, and is very considerate and very feeling, he's obviously Dougie: crossing arms, smugly Gay.

Red : All right, men, bow your heads for the Man's Prayer. Winston : I'mamanbutIcanchangeifIhavetoIguess!!! Everyone else : I'm a man, but I can change, if I have to, I guess. Harold: Red, you have to think about your impact on the environment. Take the van for example Red: Harold, it takes 45 minutes to start the Possum Van. I'm not about to turn it off. Mike: [horrified] You didn't see what I saw! Lawn mowing? Mike: Worse! Red: Well, there's no real nice way to put this, Harold, but, uh, Junior's no longer with us.

He's gone. When I hop into bed tonight, you better check my personal ID, and I think you know what I mean by that! Red: Oh, Harold, Harold, Harold, be careful on the, um— several loud crashing noises —stairs. Red: So, out of my four tires, let's see Harold : Old Man Sedgewick's always so rude to tourists!

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Red : Well, he figures they're probably lost, so he tells them where to go. Harold : We got a report that Old Man Sedgewick was up by the main highway kicking stones at passing cars, so we went to check it out.

Red : What did you find? Harold : Old Man Sedgewick kicking stones at passing cars! Harold : talking about both Old Man Sedgewick and his year-old son Talk about two old, crabby guys!

follow link I'm walking by, they yell, "Hey, dork! Pick a gender! Red: Yeah, okay Junior. No, it's not raining here either. Junior, you're not that far away, for heaven's sake. I can see you right out the window. No, I'm not gonna wave, I gotta go. Red : If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you in a fancy car.

Red : Well, that's it for this fish, so thanks for watching, and on behalf of fish, keep your fish on the Red: about a fishing lure It's around the Lodge somewhere. Mike: Uh — well — no. I actually believe that that lure somehow found its way to my place. Now, I don't know how that could've happened. I mean, it's not like I slipped it home in my toolbox after last week's meeting or anything. Red : Bill doesn't say much, and when he does it's usually something important, like "that's a cop.

Winston: Dad, if God had meant for me to be a lawyer, He would've given me more brains and a way better sense of smell. Red's CB radio is playing tuneless zither music Red: Oh, man. Can't take any more of that.

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