Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Data Visualization with D3.js.
…Hey there, this is Ray Villalobos once again.…Thanks for watching this course.…Now D3 is a very large library, but hopefully,…working through some of these videos is giving you a good idea of how it works.…There's a ton of resources online that can help you continue to learn how to use it.…Now, the first place I would go is the D3 website itself at d3js.org.…There's a really big section under Examples that has a ton of…links to a lot of resources that you can start using right away.…So, for example, right here under the visual index, you can click on any…one of these visualizations and right underneath the visualization, you can…see sample code that should be pretty easy to understand after taking this course.…
Also in the documentation underneath examples,…if you scroll past all the different examples, you can see a list of tutorials…that different people have written to show you how to work with D3 in different ways.…If you keep on scrolling, you'll get to another section down here…called Collections, that shows you a bunch of New York Times visualizations that…
- What is D3.js?
- Creating a basic document structure
- Controlling HTML DOM elements
- Binding data to the DOM
- Drawing SVG graphics with D3
- Using ordinal scales
- Adding events and transitions
- Working with data
- Creating and adjusting layouts
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Setting Up and Installing
What is D3.js?3m 18s
2. Learning the Basics
3. Working with SVG Graphics
4. Using D3 Methods
5. Using Data
6. Working with Layouts
Next steps2m 2s
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