Data Visualization With d3.js

Posted by: K. Scott Allen, on 23 Jul 2013 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Last week I had an idea for visualizing the flow of patient data through an algorithmic process and tried out d3.js. d3 is short for data-driven documents. If you follow the previous link youll find some impressive visualizations made with d3 and SVG (the d3 Show Reel is just one example). d3 is a bit jQuery-ish in the sense it can manipulate the DOM, select elements, and set attributes. For the work I was doing there are 2 distinguishing features of d3: - d3 can join elements with data sources....

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