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How can I get the rgb numbers for colors that show up in the colordata "pastel" so I can use them inside a regionplot? I am combining several regionplots and I would like each of the regionlots to be one color from the "Pastel" color scheme.

This thread Sunset Colors tells me how to get some of the colors but it would be helpful to be able to get the codes for all possible blends on a continuum.

datt = DataPaclets`ColorDataDump`getColorSchemeData["Pastel"][[5]]

{RGBColor[0.761959, 0.470832, 0.940597], 
 RGBColor[0.809695, 0.585618, 0.953269], 
 RGBColor[0.866514, 0.647659, 0.771795], 
 RGBColor[0.909422, 0.699383, 0.647465], 
 RGBColor[0.937061, 0.764486, 0.598975], 
 RGBColor[0.954654, 0.842244, 0.587209], 
 RGBColor[0.962197, 0.913524, 0.594117], 
 RGBColor[0.948179, 0.953299, 0.634088], 
 RGBColor[0.891128, 0.944422, 0.72627], 
 RGBColor[0.771259, 0.887462, 0.856246], 
 RGBColor[0.594516, 0.801371, 0.955499], 
 RGBColor[0.431296, 0.709773, 0.927077]}


Table[RegionPlot[
  x > 0, {x, series[5][[22, 2]]/10000, 
   series[5][[22, 2]]/10000 + series[14][[22, 2]]/10000}, {y, 0, -1}, 
  PlotStyle -> k, AspectRatio -> Automatic], {k, datt}]

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marked as duplicate by Yves Klett, Sjoerd C. de Vries, Artes, m_goldberg, rm -rf Dec 28 '13 at 18:25

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Pastel is a continuous function - which values do you want colors for? –  Yves Klett Dec 27 '13 at 22:17
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Possible duplicate: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/30508/121 –  Mr.Wizard Dec 28 '13 at 0:12
    
@Mr.Wizard and others. My question is answered exactly in the "Sunset Colors" link but fwiw I found Belisarius' and PlatoManiac's answers more helpful than Simon Woods' answer to the "Sunset Colors" question. –  Amatya Dec 30 '13 at 13:42
    
@Amatya you can re-Blend the colors you get from the dump. –  Yves Klett Dec 30 '13 at 14:18

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You can get the RGB of of your chosen color by clicking on the "Pastel" panel.

ColorData[ "Pastel", "Panel"]

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Thanks PlatoManiac! –  Amatya Dec 30 '13 at 13:38

Use it as Colordata["Pastel"][x]:

Manipulate[
 Column[{ColorData["Pastel"], "Argument = " <> ToString[x], 
        Graphics[{FaceForm[ColorData["Pastel"][x]], Rectangle[]}]}], 
 {x, 0, 1}]

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So, if you like that color, just use it like this:

RegionPlot[x^2 + y^3 < 2, {x, -2, 2}, {y, -2, 2}, 
           PlotStyle -> ColorData["Pastel"][0.418]]

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Thanks Belisarius, that's very convenient form an implementation point of view. I will probably use your method in the end. –  Amatya Dec 30 '13 at 13:40

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