I’m trying color the elements based on their cost value. So basically a group of items will have the same unit costs. So my question is if the costs are for example $1000 and $1200 for two groups respectively. When I normalize them 0.833 and 1. Imagine this for multiple groups with a fine variation in costs. How would I spread them in the color range so that the colors are explicit and distinct… Please take a look at the picture below. In the color range when its .833 and .85 the colors will be almost blue for both. How do i solve that situation?? Please also see the color range i’m using its the default one.
I would use a view filter and use Dynamo for something more sensible.
supply a list of fewer colors and the gradient will be more distinct when sampled uniformly.
@Michael_Kirschner How do I supply list of colors? Color Range only accepts two colors right? How do I tackle it?
@Thomas_Mahon When you mention filters, i pack the elements to their respective filters, and color the filters from slectionfilterelement node??
This is what I have currently…
This is how I have been getting color range based on a changing set of inputs.
@Rooney_Wayne @BenDoty_LMN - The Color Range node is one of the trickier nodes to work with. I definitely think we should revisit this UI so that we can make it easier to use. In any case, just wanted to add a few things, in case it would be helpful to you.
- You can add more than one color to the Color Range node as @BenDoty_LMN correctly shows in his image and shown here…
- You can control the gradient using the index input. For instance, if you have 3 colors, create a list of 3 input values ranging from 0 to 1.0. By controlling the values you can determine how your gradient looks. See the attached gif.