Dipping a Toe Into D3.js

If anyone else is interested in playing around with D3.js, I’d love to sit down for a while and try to figure things out. It all looks super-cool, but I haven’t had any time to devote to picking up another new thing for a while. If the session gets enough upvotes and an experienced person wants to lead the session rather than me (did I mention that I’m straight green with D3?), that’s great, too.

Favorite 6 6 users have favorited this post.
Categories: Session: Play, Visualization |
Profile photo of Trip Kirkpatrick

About Trip Kirkpatrick

Since my undergraduate days, when my studies focused on history, religious studies, and French, I've wandered around the career landscape with stops in publishing, dot-comming, corporate programming, and language technology. Now I'm in instructional technology for a broad world of instructors and students and I'm pleased to be able to indulge my interests in pedagogy, learning by play, and upsetting the apple cart. Also: I like cheese.

4 Responses to Dipping a Toe Into D3.js

  1. I’m in much the same boat, and would love a reason to get my hands into it. I’m pretty sure I know of one person who is strong with the D3.js-fu force. #mixedMetaphorMartialArts

  2. I’d really like to learn more about this. I know some js/jQuery and would love to better apply it to texts.

  3. I have some experience with D3 and be happy to share what I know.

Comments are closed.