Data Visualization and D3.js Newsletter Issue 108 Weekly Data Visualization and D3.js Newsletter

Hi Friends -

Hi Friends -

Welcome to issue 108 of the Weekly Newsletter.

Onwards to this week's links...


  • 15 Data Viz Events To Watch For In 2015
    December is here, and that means it’s time to look ahead at some of the main events that will take place next year...Here are fifteen of those events we think everyone should pay attention to, in 2015...

Data Visualization Reading and Videos

  • Best Of The Visualisation Web… October 2014
    At the end of each month I pull together a collection of links to some of the most relevant, interesting or thought-provoking web content I’ve come across during the previous month. Here’s the latest collection...
  • Visualized Conference 2014 Roundup
    Videos from the 2014 Visualized conference in New York City were posted late last week. Shortly after the conference last January, I wrote 8 separate posts summarizing my observations about data, storytelling, aesthetics, and other aspects of data visualization and presentation. In case you missed those posts, I’ve compiled them together below...
  • Stem And Leaf Plot
    Stem & Leaf Plots are a way of organising data via their place value to show the distribution of data. Place values are shown ascending downwards on a "stem" column, typically but not always in tens. Data that is within each place value is listed and extends sideways from it as a "leaf"...

D3.js Reading and Videos

  • Rush Hour Game
    Clone of the popular Rush Hour board game, with D3.js and Harp...
  • ggD3 - Grammar Of Graphics In D3
    I first got into R, like many people, by learning Hadley Wickham's ggplot2. Its goal of shortening the effort between brain and picture is laudable and should be replicated in D3...After starting and restarting twice, I now have something that works and appears to be extendable...
  • Use D3 To Gradually Reveal Points On A Leaflet Web Map
    In a previous post we demonstrated how to animate a path on a Leaflet.js map using the amazing D3 JavaScript library. In this post we will take that code one step further — instead of a path our animation will reveal a series of points representing air pollution measurements through time. The final map looks like this...
  • NPM By Numbers, An Analysis And Visualization Of The NPM Ecosystem
    Many of us use npm on a daily basis to manage our server-side and client-side dependencies, but do we know what goes on behind the scenes? What does the npm ecosystem look like from 10,000 feet? We set out to answer some of those questions in September of this year and are really excited to share some of our findings with you today in the form of Npm by Numbers...

Hope that you had a great past week and that next week is even better!

Wishing you the best, 
Sebastian Gutierrez

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