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I, sort of, finally made a plugin for to create the below loom chart layout (name thanks to 😀)…
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Interactive Bayesian Optimization/Gaussian Process visualization with
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Experimenting with 's new d3-contour to explore using contours to visualize distributions for comparison.
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Experimenting with 's new d3-contour to explore using contours to visualize distributions for comparison.
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Experimenting with 's new d3-contour to explore using contours to visualize distributions for comparison.
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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to d3.js – Ian Johnson – Medium
The landscape for learning d3 is rich, vast and sometimes perilous. You may be intimidated by the long list of functions in d3’s API documentation or paralyzed by choice reviewing the dozens of…
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4 days ago by twleung
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to d3.js – Ian Johnson – Medium
If all you need is a quick bar or line chart, maybe this article isn’t for you, there are plenty of charting libraries out there for that. If you’re into books, check out Interactive Data Visualization for the Web by Scott Murray as a great place to start. D3.js in Action by Elijah Meeks is a comprehensive way to go much deeper into some regions of the API.

This guide is meant to prepare you mentally as well as give you some fruitful directions to pursue. There is a lot to learn besides the d3.js API, both technical knowledge around web standards like HTML, SVG, CSS and JavaScript as well as communication concepts and data visualization principles. Chances are you know something about some of those things, so this guide will attempt to give you good starting points for the things you want to learn more about.
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5 days ago by cplamper
Britecharts - D3.js based charting library of reusable components
Britecharts is a client-side reusable Charting Library based on D3.js v4 that allows easy and intuitive use of charts and components that can be composed together creating amazing visualizations.
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6 days ago by twleung
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want to customize a charts library?

some real talk from
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want to customize a charts library?

some real talk from
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6 days ago by nigeljames
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RT : regl-animate-100k-points-🌋-🌎
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7 days ago by jwtulp
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to d3.js – Ian Johnson – Medium
The landscape for learning d3 is rich, vast and sometimes perilous. You may be intimidated by the long list of functions in d3’s API documentation or paralyzed by choice reviewing the dozens of…
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