Accommodating color blind computer users

Selecting items in either the map or scatterplot causes the corresponding items to be highlighted in the other (brushing), and also displays the items attribute values in the detail window (figure 1(b)).

This data is useful to senior citizens looking for a place to settle after the retirement, businesses considering relocation, lawmakers deciding on new policies, elementary school students learning more about the country, etc.

Elements that are not filtered remains colored according to the chosen choropleth attribute.

As users drag the sliders, the map animates to give immediate feedback in real time (figure 1(a)).

When I my computer program's default "colorblind safe" colors, the image is visible to people with some types of color blindness and not others.

Please tell me where I can find a palette of all colors that are visible to those with normal vision and all different types of color blindness.

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