D3.js in Action is a practical tutorial for creating interactive graphics and data-driven applications using D3.js. You’ll start with in-depth explanations of D3’s out-of-the-box layouts, along with dozens of practical use cases that align with different types of visualizations. Then, you’ll explore practical techniques for content creation, animation, and representing dynamic data—including interactive graphics and data streamed live over the web. The final chapters show you how to use D3’s rich interaction model as the foundation for a complete web application. In the end, you’ll be ready to integrate D3.js into your web development process and transform any site into a more engaging and sophisticated user experience.
Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications.
About the Technology
About the Book
D3.js in Action introduces you to the most powerful web data visualization library available and shows you how to use it to build interactive graphics and data-driven applications. You’ll start with dozens of practical use cases that align with different types of charts, networks, and maps using D3’s out-of-the-box layouts. Then, you’ll explore practical techniques for content design, animation, and representation of dynamic data—including interactive graphics and live streaming data.
- Interacting with vector graphics
- Expressive data visualization
- Creating rich mapping applications
- Prepping your data
- Complete data-driven web apps in D3
About the Author
Elijah Meeks is a senior data visualization engineer at Netflix. His D3.js portfolio includes work at Stanford University and with well-known companies worldwide.
Table of Contents
- An introduction to D3.js
- Information visualization data flow
- Data-driven design and interaction
- Chart components
- Network visualization
- Geospatial information visualization
- Traditional DOM manipulation with D3
- Composing interactive applications
- Writing layouts and components
- Big data visualization
- D3.js on mobile (available online only)