Coloring Pictures In Multiple Shades

I have Python and Matplotlib. I want to use them to color pictures in multiple shades.

Take a look at Image tutorial — Matplotlib 3.4.2 documentation and let us know what’s unclear in that tutorial

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I tried that. I do not understand.

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July 27

Take a look at Image tutorial — Matplotlib 3.4.2 documentation and let us know what’s unclear in that tutorial


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We can’t help you if you don’t tell us what you are having trouble with.

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Can you at least tell us what you’ve tried and how it hasn’t worked?

I do not know how to work the software. I want to colorize a map like this.

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July 28

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@munleyj you are going to have to put some effort into gaining some understanding on your own There are lots of tutorials that make exactly a plot like the one you show, and no one is going to retype them here. You might start at cartopy and various tutorials. Introduction — cartopy 0.19.0rc2.dev8+gd251b2f documentation

I dont even know where to start.

like Jody said, the cartopy tutorials may be good. Or maybe the MetPy Monday videos? MetPy Mondays #1 - Conda Installation - YouTube

This is also a matplotlib tutorial geared towards beginners Introduction to Matplotlib | SciPy 2019 Tutorial | Hannah Aizenman, Thomas Caswell - YouTube