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Extended geographic projections for D3.js.
JavaScript Makefile

README.md

Extended Geographic Projections

airy
aitoff
albers *
albersUsa *
armadillo
august
azimuthalEqualArea *
azimuthalEquidistant *
baker
berghaus
boggs
bonne
bromley
chamberlin
collignon
conicEqualArea *
conicConformal *
conicEquidistant *
craig
craster
cylindricalEqualArea
cylindricalStereographic
eckert1
eckert2
eckert3
eckert4
eckert5
eckert6
eisenlohr
equirectangular *
fahey
gilbert
gingery
ginzburg4
ginzburg5
ginzburg6
ginzburg8
ginzburg9
gnomonic *
gringorten
guyou
hammer
hammerRetroazimuthal
healpix
hill
homolosine
kavrayskiy7
lagrange
larrivee
laskowski
littrow
loximuthal
mercator *
miller
modifiedStereographic
mollweide
mtFlatPolarParabolic
mtFlatPolarQuartic
mtFlatPolarSinusoidal
naturalEarth
nellHammer
orthographic *
patterson
peirceQuincuncial
polyconic
polyhedron.butterfly
polyhedron.waterman
rectangularPolyconic
robinson
satellite
sinuMollweide
sinusoidal
stereographic *
times
twoPointAzimuthal
twoPointEquidistant
transverseMercator *
vanDerGrinten
vanDerGrinten2
vanDerGrinten3
vanDerGrinten4
wagner4
wagner6
wagner7
wiechel
winkel3

Projections:

This plugin also provides d3.geo.interrupt, which can be used to create arbitrary interrupted projections from a given raw projection. For example, see Philbrick’s interrupted Sinu-Mollweide.

This plugin requires D3 3.0 or greater. To use the official hosted version, include the projection plugin after including D3:

<script src="http://d3js.org/d3.v3.min.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
<script src="http://d3js.org/d3.geo.projection.v0.min.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

Alternatively, you can clone this repo, download the zipball, or right-click d3.geo.projection.v0.min.js and save.

To use this plugin within a Node.js context, you can npm install d3 d3-geo-projection and then say:

var d3 = require("d3");

require("d3-geo-projection")(d3);

Subsequently, d3.geo will contain all the extended projections.

Defining a New Projection

First define your raw projection function:

function cosinusoidal(λ, φ) {
  return* Math.sin(φ), φ];
}

cosinusoidal.invert = function(x, y) {
  return [x / Math.sin(y), y];
};

Then create a constructor using d3.geo.projection:

d3.geo.cosinusoidal = function() {
  return d3.geo.projection(cosinusoidal);
};

You can optionally expose the raw projection to facilitate composite projections:

(d3.geo.cosinusoidal = function() {
  return d3.geo.projection(cosinusoidal);
}).raw = cosinusoidal;
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