Release Finelybook 出版日期：2018-09-27
pages 页数：180 pages
The book begins with an overview of SVG,the basis for creating two-dimensional graphics in the browser. Once the reader has a firm understanding of SVG,we will tackle the basics of how to use D3.js to connect data to our SVG elements. We will start with a scatter plot that maps run data to circles on a graph,and expand our scatter plot to make it interactive. You will see how you can easily allow the users of your graph to create,edit,and delete run data by simply dragging and clicking the graph. Next,we will explore creating a bar graph,using external data from a mock API.
After that,we will explore animations and motion with a bar graph,and use various physics-based forces to create a force-directed graph. Finally,we will look at how to use GeoJSON data to create a map.
1:GETTING STARTED WITH D3.JS
2:USING SVG TO CREATE IMAGES USING CODE
3:BUILDING AN INTERACTIVE SCATTER PLOT
4:MAKING A BASIC SCATTER PLOT INTERACTIVE
5:CREATING A BAR GRAPH USING A DATA FILE
6:ANIMATING SVG ELEMENTS TO CREATE AN INTERACTIVE PIE CHART
7:USING PHYSICS TO CREATE A FORCE-DIRECTED GRAPH
What You Will Learn
Build a scatter plot
Build a bar graph
Build a pie chart
Build a force-directed graph
Build a map
Build interactivity into your graphs
Matt Huntington has worked as a developer for about 15 years now,and has a full understanding of all aspects of development (server side,client side,and mobile). He graduated magna cum laude from Vassar College with a degree in computer science in which he received departmental honors. He's worked for many clients in New York,including Nike,IBM,Pfizer,MTV,Chanel,Verizon,Goldman Sachs,Nestle,AARP,and BAM. He's worked with companies in pretty much all of the major industries applicable to development,and he has a deep understanding of the differences in the ways those industries work.
As an instructor,Matt has been teaching full-time since 2015 at General Assembly and has lead workshops at many locations,including prestigious universities such as Columbia University and NYU.