BabelColor ®
Color Measurement and Analysis
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PatchTool PATCH VIEW

target scramble/analysis 

The "Re-map" menu is available in every opened file; it is opened by clicking on the small black triangle located just below the patch layout. In this menu, there are three menu items dedicated to target scramble and analysis. The menu item highlighted above opens the Target Scramble/Analysis dialog shown here. The “Target Scramble/Analysis” dialog can be used to: Scramble the patches to insure a minimal color difference between adjacent patches and between edge patches and the paper. All patches may be repositioned. Three scramble methods are proposed; they are described and examples are shown the PatchTool Help manual. Analyze a layout to assess the color difference between adjacent patches and between edge patches and the paper. A report is generated following the analysis, where it may be suggested to add or not contrast bars between patches or at the beginning and end of each row. The patches which do not meet the analysis goals are selected in the patch edition mode (i.e. shown with a red border). Fix the rows, or to be more specific, try to fix the rows which do not meet the goals set in the dialog. With this function, the patches are kept on the same row. The screenshot below shows the resulting layout starting from the file and settings shown here ("Vasarely" scramble method). Please consult the PatchTool Help manual for more information.
BabelColor ®

PatchTool PATCH VIEW

target scramble/analysis 

The "Re-map" menu is available in every opened file; it is opened by clicking on the small black triangle located just below the patch layout. In this menu, there are three menu items dedicated to target scramble and analysis. The menu item highlighted above opens the Target Scramble/Analysis dialog shown here. The “Target Scramble/Analysis” dialog can be used to: Scramble the patches to insure a minimal color difference between adjacent patches and between edge patches and the paper. All patches may be repositioned. Three scramble methods are proposed; they are described and examples are shown the PatchTool Help manual. Analyze a layout to assess the color difference between adjacent patches and between edge patches and the paper. A report is generated following the analysis, where it may be suggested to add or not contrast bars between patches or at the beginning and end of each row. The patches which do not meet the analysis goals are selected in the patch edition mode (i.e. shown with a red border). Fix the rows, or to be more specific, try to fix the rows which do not meet the goals set in the dialog. With this function, the patches are kept on the same row. The screenshot below shows the resulting layout starting from the file and settings shown here ("Vasarely" scramble method). Please consult the PatchTool Help manual for more information.
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