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Next, we're going to take a look at creating SVG graphics, and why they're better for visualizations than regular HTML. We'll talk about the different ways that D3 uses scales to create different types of graphics. Plus how to create transitions and animations with the framework. Finally, I'll show you how simple it is to work with external data using D3, and how it provides a series of layouts that makes it easy to create complex visualizations with draggable elements that respond to gravity, charge, and physics.
So let's get started building visualizations with D3.
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