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Help with a color table

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Hello I was wondering if you have any of the following color table codes for the following pictures? (Base Reflectivity) because I am not good with making color tables. Please Help, there aren't many people here in San Diego CA who have this program to teach me how to make the following color tables. (Base Reflectivity only or picture on left.post-3065-0-94118800-1345413482.png

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This is sample code. 

 

product: BR
units: dBZ
step: 5


color: -20 0 0 0
color: 5 29 37 60
color: 15 86 166 209
color: 20 85 255 92 5 33 0
color: 38 84 102 29
color: 40 255 255 0 255 133 5
color: 50 255 0 0 105 0 0
color: 60 255 255 255 255 186 255
color: 65 255 125 255 222 13 225
color: 70 187 0 224 116 12 163
color: 75 92 255 160 0 0 0
color: 85 0 0 0
color: 95 0 0 0

 

Format

color: dbz unit, r, g, b , hue, saturation, b (not sure what this b is) 

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Okay for those still wondering, I have come up with something that is very close.  It could use some slight tweaks (like it goes to white colors at 69dbz vs 70dbz) but it definitely works and will pass for now.

Here is the colortable code:

Product: BR
Units: DBZ
Step: 5

Color: -30 5 5 83
Color: -25 40 40 95
Color: -20 74 74 107
Color: -15 103 103 116
Color: -10 119 119 119
Color: -5 55 170 166
Color: 0 2 214 219
Color: 5 2 160 209
Color: 10 4 124 202
Color: 15 0 242 0
Color: 20 0 196 0
Color: 25 0 155 0
Color: 30 0 113 0
Color: 35 113 168 0
Color: 40 254 246 0
Color: 45 255 155 0
Color: 50 247 57 0
Color: 55 134 0 0
Color: 60 216 0 179
Color: 65 103 1 103
Color: 70 232 217 232
Color: 75 239 239 239
Color: 80 165 165 165
Color: 85 102 102 102
Color: 90 69 69 69
Color: 95 13 13 13

 

And here is the preview image I just took from the above color codes:

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