New on CTAN: xkcdcolors
In the year 2010, Randall Munroe posted a really fun and nice article on the iconic web of xkcd. He did a very curious experiment: showing colors to a lot of people and asking to name each one. Afterward, he processed the data and sorted the names for each color by popularity --- that means, how many people gave the same name to the same color (no guidance here! Read the post linked above for details). He obtained a nice list of around 950 color names. It's not at all surprising that a lot of people forged CloudyBlue, but some color is really surprising, like for example BabyPoopGreen or DullPink... Now you can use them in LaTeX!
This package is located at http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/xkcdcolors More information is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/xkcdcolors
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Erik Braun
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xkcdcolors – xkcd names of colors
Afterward, he processed the data and sorted the names for each color by popularity — that means, how many people gave the same name to the same color.
This package makes the collected color names usable with LaTeX.
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