The colors chosen, and the order in which they are used, frequently puts very similar colors next to each other, making it hard to differentiate them. In the example below, it would be much more readable if colors 2 and 3 (counting from the top in the legend) were swapped, 8 and 9 were swapped, and 11 and 13 were swapped. I'm not color blind, but making two shades of purple adjacent is just cruel. 🙂
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