Quick and dirty JavaScript code for an interactive web page showing US dog agility jump heights and calculating applicable jump heights given a dog's height at the withers.
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Synopsis

Quick and dirty JavaScript code for an interactive web page showing US dog agility jump heights and calculating applicable jump heights given a dog's height at the withers. Uses Plotly.js for graphing, Lodash for data wrangling, and Skeleton for some CSS goodness.

Here's what it looks like:

Screenshot

Demo

You can see this page in action at http://agilitynerd.com/jumpheights/.

Motivation

Lately there have been a lot of discussions about jump heights due to the USDAA adjusting some of their jump heights external link. That got me thinking that it would be helpful to create a chart to let competitors visually compare the jump heights and dog height cutoffs for the primary US organizations and their competition programs. Of course once I did that I figured out that it wouldn't be much more work to automatically calculate a dog's jump height when you type in your dog's height at the withers.

License

See the LICENSE file for details.