Binding functions as data

One of the benefits of D3's excellent support for functional style JavaScript programming is that it allows functions to be treated as data as well. This particular feature can offer some very powerful capabilities under certain circumstances. This is a more advanced recipe. Don't worry about it if you are new to D3 and having some difficulty understanding it at first. Over time, this kind of usage will become natural to you.

Getting Ready

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How to do it...

In this recipe, we will explore the possibility of binding functions themselves as data to your visual elements. This ...

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