For the past year or so, I've been working on techniques for generating
visually pleasing colorblind-friendly color cycles, since I find the
current default difficult to interpret (see  for details). The
colorblind-friendly aspect can be solved through technical means, by
enforcing minimum perceptual distances in combination with color vision
deficiency simulations, but the aesthetic preference aspect is subjective
and requires a different approach. To this end, I've created a survey for
collecting the data necessary for creating a model of general aesthetic
preference for color cycles:
As the usefulness of this approach hinges on collecting enough data ,
I'd appreciate folks taking the survey. Feedback on the survey or the
general approach taken would also be appreciated (there's an issue tracker
 What constitutes "enough" is unfortunately difficult to define a priori.
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