- [Narrator] Within your template file,…within the script text that you've created,…type console.log ('hello').…And now we need to open up this template file…in our browser.…The easiest way to do this…is to locate your file within your file explorer.…Then you click on it, right click,…go Open With and choose your application.…For me, it's Firefox.…Now because I'm using Firefox,…I want to see the developer tools…and I know that I can do that by pressing F12.…
I could also do View, Firebug.…F12 should work across all major browsers.…Although the menu options,…if you're using your mouse instead…to reach developer tools, will differ.…If you are using Firefox and Firebug isn't listed,…you need to download it as an add-on.…And to do that, you would go Tools, and Add-Ons.…And then click Extensions.…I already have it installed so I don't need to do that.…Your screen should look something like this.…You should have a number of tabs along the bottom.…
And the one we want for now is Console.…And if you click Refresh, you should be able to see…
- Downloading and setting up DC.js
- Building dashboards
- Making charts: bar, area, pie, bubble, boxplot, and series
- Applying graphical filtering
- Working with dates
- Restyling dashboards
- Using D3 charts in a DC dashboard
- Linking charts together
Skill Level Intermediate
Crossfilter for Data Science Essential Trainingwith Emma Saunders1h 33m Intermediate
D3.js Essential Training for Data Scientistswith Emma Saunders4h 38m Intermediate
Data Visualization Tips and Trickswith Matt Francis2h 14m Intermediate
1. Preparing to Code in DC
2. Individual Charts
3. Making Advanced Charts
4. Building a Dashboard
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