The examples in this chapter demonstrated how to use AngularJS to make modular and composite D3.js visualizations. They started by showing how to place data within an AngularJS controller and share it with multiple D3.js visuals. Next, we demonstrated how to share data from a single controller to multiple directives. The final two examples demonstrated how to use a shared property for two-way communication and implement a details view to allow the editing of data.

This wraps up this book on using D3.js through examples. The book started with the basic concepts of D3.js and using its constructs to bind data and generate SVG from it. From this foundation, we progressed through adding features to the examples, each of which demonstrated progressive ...

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