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Thread: Visualizing Linux Performance Data In New Ways

  1. #21
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    The color scheme is the biggest problem of the graphs presentation.

    I'm not a coder, but choosing a color in a HSL model (hue, saturation, lightness/luminance) could solve your problem.
    For X different colors, divide the Hue scale by X to get the same difference in hue for each color.
    I you have more than, say 8 colors, you can get 6 new by selecting a new value for Lightness. And you can again multiply those colors by varying the Saturation.

    That way, you will avoid getting too similar colors.

  2. #22
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    It seems nice, but which is the advantage of being circular?

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