Category Archives: D3

First Line Graph Using D3

Next step is to show lines for multiple artists. Then, allow user to select which artists. And then, allow user to drag & drop artists for adding. After that, user can remove artists. Perhaps more important to the original goal … Continue reading

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I Can Feel the Power

Geeky Iron Maiden data is at the bottom. Learning so much in the Mobile Web Specialist nanodegree. My Dev Tools skills have exploded. For example, I’ve struggled for hours (all together over the course of many days) to figure out … Continue reading

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Major Milestone Monday

After lots of hard work, I have D3 not only working with my database but have album art to go with the albums. It took me a while — even after I got the album covers to appear — to … Continue reading

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Aaargh! Updating Node Part 2

Previously on JotaScript: Updating Node Bootstrap Part 2 TL;DR & Update: As it turns out, I’m always right–even when I’m wrong. 1) It’s always the user’s/coder’s fault and 2) the documentation was missing a crucial comma in the code. Read … Continue reading

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Articulating My Goal(s) and a New Book

Sent an email to Swizec Teller after buying his book, React+d3.js: Build Data Visualizations with React and d3.js. He wrote me back, asking what I was working on and I was able to, IMHO, concisely state what I’m working on and … Continue reading

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Dominating D3

My world-rockin’ bar chart not only has dynamic labels and dynamic color-coding but all of the dimensions and locations are driven by math and the data array: Width and height of the bars Location of the bars Color of the … Continue reading

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First D3 Baby Steps

Here’s my first line of proper D3 code. Fortunately for me, I’m familiar with Object-Oriented Programming OOP concepts so learning this didn’t break my brain. It also helps that Scott Murray‘s explanations and teaching methods in Interactive Data Visualization for the Web are … Continue reading

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