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The scale API of Chroma is particularly robust and makes Chroma stand out in regards to creating color pallets and visualizations. With the scale API you define a custom scale to match your data set, and define stop points to create hard points when you want the color to change on a threshold. It also supports non linear scales like log, k-means, and quantiles. See More
Chroma has a relatively limited set of color manipulation methods, containing: 'alpha', 'darken', 'brighten', 'saturate', 'desaturate', and 'luminance', but missing important methods like hue manipulation, whiteness, greyscale, and negation. See More
Color.js has one of the most complete sets of color manipulation methods, with methods for directly setting each value in all its supported color spaces of rgb, hsl, hsv, hwb, and cmyk, so you can set the following directly: alpha, red, green, blue, hue, saturation (hsl), saturationv (hsv), lightness, whiteness, blackness, cyan, magenta, yellow, black It also has many relative manipulation methods with: blacken, clearer, darken, desaturate, greyscale, lighten, negate, opaquer, rotate, saturate, and whiten. See More