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  1. #16
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    Superbe !!
    >>>>>>>> Pas d'assistance technique par email ou mp : le forum est là pour ça <<<<<<<<<<<<


  2. #17
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    Citation Envoyé par L.Jégou
    Un autre utilitaire de choix de palettes de couleurs harmonieuses :

    http://kuler.adobe.com/
    Deux autres:

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    Par défaut ArcGIS - Carto-Général

    Amies géo:

    Vous pouvez visiter aussi le site Color Brewer de Cynthia Brewer à l'Université Penn State:

    http://www.colorbrewer.org




    Ivan Santiago
    San Juan, Puerto Rico

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    Une belle animation sur le symbolisme des couleurs :

    http://www.mariaclaudiacortes.com

    (En anglais et en espagnol seuelement).
    The larger the island of knowledge, the longer the shoreline of wonder. Ralph W. Sockman

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    Par défaut Color Palette Generator

    Un utilitaire de plus pour nous aider à choisir des couleurs.

    Ici le site propose des palettes en fonction d'une image de l'utilisateur. Pratique si une image est un élément central de votre site web et que vous souhaitez des couleurs en harmonie avec celles de l'image.

    Color Palette Generator

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    Une initiative colorée que j'aime bien.

    Si les codes RVB ou hexadécimaux vous font mal à la tête
    voici de quoi mettre un nom (en britton) sur une couleur à partir de son code hexa.

    http://chir.ag/phernalia/name-that-color/

    ou si vous êtes plus geek mettre un code sur un nom ...

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    Sympathique, merci
    The larger the island of knowledge, the longer the shoreline of wonder. Ralph W. Sockman

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    The larger the island of knowledge, the longer the shoreline of wonder. Ralph W. Sockman

  9. #24

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    Par défaut [Quickwebdesign.info] Utilitaire pour choisir une couleur Web

    Un autre site, encore en construction, sur l'utilisation de la couleur

    http://www.quickwebdesign.info/refer...rselector.html

    le site est anglophone, il est destiné à permettre d'apprendre rapidement le web design, il est assez bien fait je trouve.
    "Il n'y a pas de plus grand malheur que de ne pas savoir se suffire. Il n'y a pas de plus grande calamité que le désir d'acquérir " Lao Zi

  10. #25
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    Par défaut Retrouver les couleurs d'un document

    via http://www.esri.com/news/arcwatch/0710/tip.html

    Match Colors Perfectly with ArcGIS

    By Ray Carnes, Esri Technical Marketing
    Maps with great color schemes are easy to find. Many are available online. If you have ever enjoyed a color scheme so much that you wanted to use it in your own map, you may have experimented with the color models available in ArcGIS: RGB (red, green, and blue), CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black), or HSV (hue, saturation, and value). For each model, a combination of numbers defines the formula for a specific color. [For an extensive discussion of the color models in ArcGIS, see Designing Better Maps by Cynthia Brewer, available from Esri Press.] You probably started with a color that looked close to the one you wanted then tweaked it, making it lighter or darker, and hoped you would stumble across the perfect combination that represented the color you wanted. Not only is this method tedious, but you also can't guarantee that the color you are making will exactly match the one you liked.

    The ColorPic Tool An alternative is to obtain a tool that detects the color formula so you don't have to guess. There are many tools available online, but our favorite is ColorPic.
    Once you download and install ColorPic (or another similar tool—most of them work in much the same way), the only other thing you will need to get started is a digital copy of the map that inspired you. You could open the Web site where the map is located, download a PDF of it, or open a copy of the map in JPEG, BMP, or another image format.
    ColorPic shows you the RGB, HSV, and CMYK (shown as CMYB) formulas for any color your mouse pointer passes on your computer screen. To start capturing color formulas from the map, create and name a new palette, click one of the empty color chips (the boxes at the top of the dialog box), pause your mouse pointer over the desired color on the map, and simultaneously press the Ctrl and G keys to grab that color. The numeric values for the three color models (as well as hexadecimal value) will appear in the Mixer area of the dialog box. You can grab many different colors at once—start each new one by clicking another color chip until you have the colors and their formulas stored for an entire color scheme. Now you can apply the formulas in ArcGIS Desktop ArcMap by using Color Selector.

    ArcMap Color Selector Start ArcMap and open the Color Selector by clicking the More Colors button from the Color Chip palette on the Symbology Selector. Choose from the drop-down list at the top of Color Selector to create a color using CMYK, HSV, or RGB. Enter the numbers you saved in ColorPic. If you are creating multiple colors, click each color chip on ColorPic to see the color formulas for every color you've grabbed.
    It's that easy! Not only have you saved a lot of time, but you also have a guaranteed method to match any color you can see on your screen just by pointing to it with your mouse. So go ahead—make your next map into a masterpiece by using someone else's color inspiration!

    et en complément on m'a signalé http://colorschemedesigner.com/
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    via http://blogs.esri.com/Support/blogs/...ap-makers.aspx

    Color Tools for Map Makers


    My friend and one of my mentors, Dr. Duane Marble, recently shared this story with me:
    Years ago I met a consultant in Sydney who related a story of being fired half way thru a client presentation since the CEO claimed he was trying to make a fool out of him by pointing to things (suggested store locations) that were not shown on the map. He found out later that the CEO had a rare form of color blindness.
    Duane then suggested we post on Mapping Center some tools that map makers can use to be a bit more careful in their color selection. I'm sharing with you five of my favorites. If you know of others, please let us know so that we can all learn about them!

    Kuler is a free Web-hosted application to explore, create and share color themes. What I love about this application is that it lets me find a set of colors that work together to support the affective objective of my map – that is, the "affect" or "look and feel" of the map.

    I found it very helpful to watch the demo for this application – the link is at the bottom right of the screen under "Welcome to Kuler".

    Visolve is a software application (free for personal use) that transforms colors of the computer display into the discriminable colors for people with color vision deficiency, commonly called color blindness. This is a great tool to use to double check what a person with color deficiency will see when they look at your map.

    You can also try it out on the web if you don't want to install it on your computer.


    ColorPic is a color picker with a magnifier attached. It grabs palettes of up to 16 colors at once and uses four advanced color mixers to show you multiple specifications for each color.

    Ray Carnes wrote about this in an article titled Match Colors Perfectly with ArcGIS in the July 2010 issue of ArcWatch.

    eyePilot is another application that's devoted to helping you design for color deficient readers. This is an application you can purchase that’s designed as a "floating window" that you can easily drag and drop over a Web page, document, or computer application, and allows you to quickly and more accurately view color-coded information.

    The demo gives you a good overview of the tools and functions that this application offers. An overview is provided on this slide from the demo:


    ColorBrewer is a long-time favorite of many map makers and it's out now in its second version. This Web tool helps you select color schemes for thematic maps, most usually for choropleth maps.
    You can select color for both qualitative and quantitative data, and the quantitative be distributed from high to low (sequential) or around a central value (diverging).

    This software, like Kuler and ColorPic is designed to list color specifications for a scheme you find useful so you are able to create these colors in ArcMap.

    So what do you do next?
    Once you've determined what the specifications of the colors you like are, you can use them in ArcMap. There are many ways you can apply colors to various elements on your map (the data, the map elements such as legends and scale bars, the page elements such as frame borders and backgrounds, other graphic elements such as logos and text boxes), but they will almost all allow you to access the Color Palette:

    From here, if you click More Colors at the bottom, you access the Color Selector:

    Note that there's a color model displayed at the upper right. The options include RGB, CMYK and HSV. Choose the model that relates to the color specifications of the colors you defined using the tools above.

    Once you've defined the color, you have the option of saving it as a symbol, which you may want to do if you want to use it again.

    You can also work at a more advanced level with each of the models -- just click the arrow next to the color model in the Color Selector to access the Advanced Selection settings.

    If you have a lot of colors to define and you want them to appear in the color selector, use Style Manager to add them to a style and then when you reference that style, they will be displayed in the Color Selector.

    As I mentioned earlier, if you have a color tool that you would like to share with others, add a comment to this blog, or you can contact us privately and we can post the information for you!

    Filed under: Symbology, General Information

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    About abuckley

    Aileen Buckley is the Mapping Center Lead. She came to Esri in 2003 from University of Oregon (UO) where she was a professor of geography teaching cartography, GIS, GPS, and other mapping sciences. She holds an adjunct associate professor appointment at the University of Redlands in their Masters of Science in GIS program. Her Doctoral degree is from Oregon State University. Prior to her doctoral studies, she worked at an engineering firm as a project manager on projects converting cadastral paper maps to GIS data layers. And before that she worked in the Cartography Division of the National Geographic Society on the seventh edition of their Atlas of the World. She has written a number of articles and book chapters on various aspects of GIS and cartography, and she is an editor of the Encyclopedia of Geographic Information Science by Sage Publications. At UO, she also helped author the Atlas of Oregon, Second Edition (2001). She is second author of the book Map Use: Reading and Analysis, Sixth Edition by Esri Press. She was the 2007-2009 president of the Cartography and Geographic Information Society (CaGIS).
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