Colormaps define the color scheme for many types of visualizations, such as surfaces and patches. Colorbars illustrate the relationship between the colors of the colormap and your data. Colormaps are three-column arrays containing RGB triplets in which each row defines a distinct color. The correspondence between the colors and your data values depends on the type of visualization you create. You can let MATLAB® control this correspondence, or you can customize it. For more information, see Change Color Scheme Using a Colormap.
|Parula colormap array|
|Jet colormap array|
|HSV colormap array|
|Hot colormap array|
|Cool colormap array|
|Spring colormap array|
|Summer colormap array|
|Autumn colormap array|
|Winter colormap array|
|Gray colormap array|
|Bone colormap array|
|Copper colormap array|
|Pink colormap array|
|Lines colormap array|
|Colorcube colormap array|
|Prism colormap array|
|Flag colormap array|
|Colorbar Properties||Control colorbar appearance and behavior|
Add a colorbar to your chart and customize its appearance.
Switch between different predefined colormaps, or create a custom colormap.
Change the relationship between surface plot data and the colormap.
Control how pixel values map to the colormap.
Control the relationship between patches and the colormap.
Set the limits for scaling your data to a colormap.
Decide whether to use a colormap or truecolor in your visualizations.