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Tool: D3 maps #13

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AmeliaBR opened this issue Apr 21, 2019 · 1 comment
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Tool: D3 maps #13

AmeliaBR opened this issue Apr 21, 2019 · 1 comment
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discussion: sample JS tool an existing web map tool: should we include it in the review? what should we say about it? section: reference tools The "Reviewed JavaScript Tools" overview section status: editor's draft there's a draft section in the report that corresponds to this discussion

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@AmeliaBR AmeliaBR commented Apr 21, 2019

This issue is for discussion of the reference tool "D3 Geographies APIs".


D3 is a popular API for manipulating custom maps. It doesn't provide a built-in "viewer", but it could be relevant when talking about data formats & APIs.

D3-geo docs

@AmeliaBR AmeliaBR added discussion: sample JS tool an existing web map tool: should we include it in the review? what should we say about it? status: suggestion this issue discusses a suggested addition to the report, that is not yet in the draft labels Apr 21, 2019
@AmeliaBR AmeliaBR added status: editor's draft there's a draft section in the report that corresponds to this discussion section: reference tools The "Reviewed JavaScript Tools" overview section and removed status: placeholder there's a matching section heading / some text in the report, but it's far from complete status: suggestion this issue discusses a suggested addition to the report, that is not yet in the draft labels May 25, 2019
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@AmeliaBR AmeliaBR commented Aug 11, 2019

Summarizing D3 capabilities is difficult because it is so different than the other frameworks being compared. https://mappingwithd3.com/feature-comparison/ is a useful reference from someone who's worked with it a lot. (Also a useful starting point for many of the other tools!)

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