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David-Desmaisons/Vue.D3.tree: Vue component to display tree based on D3.js layout.
Vue.D3.tree - Vue component to display tree based on D3.js layout.
vuejs  d3 
10 hours ago by kensnyder
Five-Minute Introduction / Observable
Five-Minute Introduction
Welcome to Observable! This notebook gives a quick but technical overview of Observable’s features. For a slightly longer introduction, see Introduction to Notebooks and introductory tutorial series. If you want to watch rather than read, we’ve also posted a short video introduction!

An Observable notebook is a sequence of cells. Each cell is a snippet of JavaScript. You can see (and edit!) the code for any cell by clicking the asterisk (*) in the left margin.
JavaScript  Visualization  D3  datavisualization  datascience 
yesterday by cnk
Cubism.js is a D3 plugin for visualizing time series. Use Cubism to construct better realtime dashboards, pulling data from Graphite, Cube and other sources. Cubism is available under the Apache License on GitHub.
javascript  d3  visualization 
yesterday by urbansheep
A Visualization Grammar | Vega
Vega is a visualization grammar, a declarative language for creating, saving, and sharing interactive visualization designs. With Vega, you can describe the visual appearance and interactive behavior of a visualization in a JSON format, and generate web-based views using Canvas or SVG.

Version 3.1.0
Vega provides basic building blocks for a wide variety of visualization designs: data loading and transformation, scales, map projections, axes, legends, and graphical marks such as rectangles, lines, plotting symbols, etc. Interaction techniques can be specified using reactive signals that dynamically modify a visualization in response to input event streams.

A Vega specification defines an interactive visualization in a JSON format. Specifications are parsed by Vega’s JavaScript runtime to generate both static images or interactive web-based views. Vega provides a convenient representation for computational generation of visualizations, and can serve as a foundation for new APIs and visual analysis tools.

To get started with Vega, take a look at the tutorials, example gallery, and usage guide, or read about the project’s goals. To create common statistical graphics in a more concise form, check out Vega-Lite, a higher-level language built on top of Vega.
vega  d3  data  javascript  visualization 
2 days ago by austinpmaher
3 key insights that make D3.js easy to learn - A geek with a hat
To summarize, you need to grok 3 key insights for D3 to make sense. Once they click, a whole new world opens up.

Code is split into data and DOM manipulation
Scales are great and used a lot
You’re always in control of rendering
JavaScript  D3  datavisualization 
3 days ago by cnk

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