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D3 for visualization

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This uses an older version of D3 (version 3). The concepts are still valid but some of the particulars have changed. In particular, D3 is now modular and you include the libraries you want/need. (8/30/18) I’ve seen very few scientific journal articles make use of interactive visualizations the way, for example, the New York Times,…

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