Decoding D3.js programming

These are my first baby steps in D3, a new(ish) JavaScript library that was developed by Mike Bostock (i.e. a data science guru) for creating data visualizations. In fact, D3 stands for “Data Driven Documents”, and as the name suggests, it’s really a general purpose framework for doing pretty much anything one could want to do with data these days. I’m not only new to D3, but also to JS, which I am forcing myself to learn so I can take advantage of D3 (having seen the coolness of it, I couldn’t let something as small as not knowing JS …Read more »