- In order to chart this data,…we're going to need to modify it…to make it easier for our charting application…to handle.…The data that we're getting…from a restful service,…is coming in the form of adjacent objects.…So if I right click on my application so far,…and hit Inspect Element,…I can see in the console,…that everything comes across as an object.…Inside this object, I have a series of dates,…and inside each of those dates,…I have the raw information for the pressure,…the speed, as well as the temperature.…
But if we take a look at the C3 website,…and you go to the Example sections,…you can see that there are different kinds…of charts that we can use.…The one that we're interested in,…is called the TimeSeries chart.…That's because our dates are going…to control the list of data…that we're going to display to the user.…This type of chart expects the data…to be in an array of arrays,…with the first array being the dates,…and each of the following arrays…being the data,…with the keys of each of the data…as the first element to the array.…
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1. Problem One - Exploring Lake Pend Oreille
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