|Glasbey (Discontinuous color table)|
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Like other LUTs, it is available from the menu. ›
The LUT called "glasbey" uses white at the first index, whereas "glasbey inverted" starts with black.
The Glasbey LUT has numerous uses. It is ideal when coloring a "labeling" of integer-coded regions, since each region will then appear obviously distinct:
Glasbey can also be used to illustrate otherwise-subtle phenomena such as JPEG compression artifacts. Here is a comparison of the Boats sample image before and after being resaved as a JPEG:
The Glasbey LUT is based on the publication:
- Glasbey, Chris; van der Heijden, Gerie & Toh, Vivian F. K. et al. (2007), "Colour displays for categorical images", Color Research & Application 32.4: 304-309, <http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/col.20327/abstract>.