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Data Visualization: Representing Information on Modern Web by Swizec Teller, Ændrew Rininsland, Simon Timms, Andy Kirk

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Summary

As much as it pains me, I believe it is nearly time to bid each other adieu. I truly hope you've learned some things and enjoyed the preceding eight chapters—writing a textbook is a fine balance of getting to the quick 'n' dirty learning bits while also having some fun along the way. Regardless, if you have somehow read this thing from beginning to end, my hats off to you, as we have covered an absolutely mind-boggling array of technologies and approaches to software development.

We started off with some super basic stuff, talking about the DOM and CSS. Then we deep-dived into SVG and you learned how to build super pretty web vector graphics. After that, we started doing some really neat stuff with D3—remember that chapter on layouts when ...

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