Accessible Colors for Data Visualization
Part 1: Open-source style guide.
A good graph is easy to read. A goal when creating data visualizations is to convey information in a clear and concise way. One of the most prominent features of most data visualizations is color, but what happens to a graph for someone who has difficulty differentiating colors?
For example, an orange and green color that may appear separate to some could appear nearly identical to individuals with protanopia vision, a type of colorblindness.