Homework

For Thursday, I want you to adapt the code we looked at in class today. Use this code as a basis. Here are the things I want you to do.1) Add three more data points. Make up the data. Play with numbers much higher than our current scale.2)┬áChange the color of the axes. Make them […]

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Using D3.js – part 2

 Last week, we made a simple interactive bar chart using the javascript library, D3.js. Today, we are going to build on this by making a simple scatterplot and adding axes. We will build this from the beginning to review all steps of the process.First we need to our data. We will be using come data […]

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Using D3.js

D3 (or Data-Driven Documents) is an open-source JavaScript library for making data visualizations. Pretty cool, eh?Oh…you’re asking yourself, “what is an open-source JavaScript library?” Well, the first part, open source, means that the source code is publicly available. In many cases, open-source software can be freely downloaded, edited and re-published. For more information about open-source […]

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Some InDesign Basic

A few people missed class on Thursday due to the weather, so I figure I would put together a quick post about InDesign. In this sort-of-tutorial, I go over everything you need to create a basic layout, like the sample I used in class. [It is important to remember InDesign is a layout tool. It […]

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