The colors are marked with a number (eg PMS 130) with indications of such additional features as fluorescence, metallicity, etc. The basic scale describes the 1114 colors. They are formed by mixing 15 pigments (including white and black). Thus, their representation on the scales CMYK and RGB is not obvious.
In 2001, the Pantone Goe System was developed in which the colors in the Pantone scale assigned to their counterparts in the scales of the RGB and Lab.