SVG Path Mini-Language Commands For Visual Marks
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Takeaways:

  • SVG comes with simple shape tags that create visual marks you can use for your visualization
  • The "path" SVG tag needs attribute value pairs for "d", "stroke-width", and "stroke"
  • To define the SVG "path", you need to define a "d" attribute with a string for the value
  • The string that goes in the "d" attribute value is defined using the SVG Path Mini-Language Commands
  • These commands range from basic horizontal and vertical lines to complicated Bézier curves
  • Though You'll use D3 for the most part to create this string, it's important to know that the mini-language exists and that you can look up what it is actually doing and how it is constructed

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