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Learning D3.js Mapping by Oscar Villarreal, Thomas Newton

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Using the web browser as a development tool

Although any modern browser supports SVG and has some kind of console, we strongly recommend you to use Google Chrome for these examples. It comes bundled with developer tools that will allow you to very easily open, explore, and modify the code. If you are not using Google Chrome, please go to http://www.google.com/chrome and install Google Chrome.

Installing the sample code

Go to https://github.com/climboid/d3jsMaps and either clone the repo, if you are familiar with Git cloning, or simply download the zipped version. Once it is downloaded, make sure to extract the file if you have it zipped.

Use the command prompt or terminal to go to the directory where you downloaded your file. For instance, if you ...

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