Description ----------- The colorwav package is a package that allows one to specify a wavelength (default in nanometers) and retrieve the RGB value based upon code written by Dan Bruton. Installation ------------ To install this package, run colorwav.ins through LaTeX. This will generate a file called colorwav.sty. Put this file somewhere where LaTeX will find it---for instance localtexmf/tex/latex/colorwav/ (note that you will need to create the folder colorwav). If you are using MikTeX, you then need to refresh the file name database by using MikTeX Options License ------- This package is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License. See http://www.gnu.org/licenses/licenses.html#LGPL for more details. Contact ------- Any bugs may be reported to the author by sending an email to the address with the first part being nsetzer, then an at sign, the next part is umd, and finally it ends in dot edu.
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colorwav – Colours by wavelength of visible light
The package allows the user to obtain an RGB value (suitable for
use in the color package) from a
wavelength of light. The default unit is nanometres, but other
units may be used.
Note that this function is also available within the xcolor.
|License||GNU Library General Public License|
|Copyright||2007 Nick Setzer|
|Contained in||TeXLive as colorwav|
|MiKTeX as colorwav|
supporting use of colour|