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So to get from the point of having no skills whatsoever to the point where I could begin to code up something to display data in a way I wanted, I had to capture the information as I went.
A circle, a line, a point on a map, a graph, a bouncing ball, a gradient (and way, way more).
Then I worked out how to move the Y axis from the right to the left.
Then how to make the axis labels larger, change the tick size, make the lines fatter, change the colour, add a label, fill the area under the graph, put the graph in the centre of the page, add a glow to the text to help it stand out, put it in a framework (bootstrap), add buttons to change data sets, animate the transitions between data sets, update the data automatically when it changed, add a pan and zoom feature, turn parts of the graph into hyperlinks to move to other graphs… The point to take away from all of this is that any one graph is just a collection of lots of blocks of code, each block designed to carry out a specific function. I found it was much simpler to work on one thing (block) at a time, and this helped greatly to reduce the uncertainty factor when things didn’t work as anticipated.
Nick Zhu has created a fantastic resource in (which is built on top of d3and crossfilter) and has been kind enough to provide good advice and permission to include some of his work.
Advice given by Christophe Viau has been a great help in getting me settled into the on-line world and his energy in managing and directing the D3 community is amazing.
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He has subsequently designed the cover for this version and I think he did an awesome job and was super helpful.