RainbowVis-JS - A JavaScript library for colour data visualization

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A JavaScript library for colour data visualization. Easily map numbers to a smooth-transitioning colour legend. The Rainbow class by default maps the range 0 to 100 (inclusive) to the colours of the rainbow (i.e., a gradient transitioning from red to yellow to lime to blue).

https://github.com/anomal/RainbowVis-JS

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