Mathematica packages that enhance the graphics capabilities of Mathematica.


ColorBar is an interactive ColorFunction designer for Mathematica. It allows you to easily modify existing color functions, change colors or vary the blending fraction and get the final result in other applications. You can also use it directly inside a plotting function.

Last updated September 8, 2017 graphics legending color History Delete Edit Link


A GUI for making custom gradients. The gradients are copied-to-clipboard as a Blend function which can be used e.g. with the ColorFunction option in graphics.

Usage examples

Last updated September 8, 2017 graphics color History Delete Edit Link


CurvesGraphics6 is a package for drawing parametric, contour or stream curves, or text, on any surface in 3D. It can also place arrowhead on curves produced by various builtin plotting functions.

Last updated October 13, 2015 graphics visualization History Delete Edit Link


Can create a continuous diverging color map starting from any two RGB colors, by converting to linear-RGB, then XYZ, then CIELAB, and finally into Msh, a polar-coordinate version of CIELAB. These color palettes are useful for visualizing data where both large low and high values are interesting, with a well-defined midpoint.

Last updated December 17, 2015 visualization color graphics History Delete Edit Link


Draw is an application created entirely with the Wolfram Language. It was designed to produce 2D and 3D technical illustrations.

Last updated October 29, 2016 graphics History Delete Edit Link


Calendar Heat Map plotting function

Usage examples

Last updated December 29, 2016 graphics Plot DateObject TimeSeries History Delete Edit Link


A package for creating publication quality figures with Mathematica, created by Mark Caprio. SciDraw is the successor of LevelScheme and excels at creating multipanel figures and various diagrams (including special support for energy level diagrams).

Last updated September 9, 2015 graphics figures diagrams History Delete Edit Link


Drop shadows and specular highlights for 2D graphics. See examples on Mathematica.SE.

Last updated September 16, 2015 graphics History Delete Edit Link