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Nick Qi Zhu is a professional programmer and visualization enthusiast with more than a decade of experience in software development. He is the author of dc.js - a popular multi-dimensional charting library built on D3. Currently, he is having fun and learning as a Lead Consultant at ThoughtWorks.


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You'll need the Errata and Git 13. Januar 2014
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Seems that the code examples in the book have problems, which means the examples you're reading have errors. You'll want to refer to the actual working examples on github.

Additionally, be forewarned that Kindle Reader software screws with copy'n'paste -- both in that it doesn't treat spaces and spaces AND that it appends the book information as well. Bottom line, if you think you're going to copy'n'paste example code or commands, you're going to be HIGHLY frustrated.
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Best D3 book so far! 19. Dezember 2013
Von Amadeo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have read quite a few books / tutorials on D3.js, and this is by far the best. It is concise, thorough, and doesn't waste time on stupid things that most readers already know. If you want to learn to code your own visualizations in D3 instead of simply reusing others' code, then get this book now -- it covers essential things that are not easily learnt elsewhere, and in a very systematic way, despite being called a "cookbook".
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This is it! 22. Dezember 2013
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There are tons of free tutorials and books out on the web, but none of them match the depth and richness of this Cookbook. The author explains the concepts really well and the code examples are concise and pretty awesome. If you want to dig deeper and really understand D3.js, this book is the best resource.

The first five chapters deal with the basics (selection, data binding, scales, axes). Even if you've never heard of D3, I think you can manage to get through quite well. Next in line are Transitions, SVG, Charts and Layouts where again the explanations but also the great code examples drive the point home. In the last third of the chapter more advanced topics like interaction, force, maps and even testing (!) are discussed.

If you either want to get started with D3.js or are already intermediate or even a ninja, this book will serve you well as an entry point, a medium for further development or a reference guide.
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The best e-book resource on D3 you can find ATM (Feb 2014) 12. Februar 2014
Von Sebastian Gebski - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Truly a perfect tutorial, if you want to:
* learn D3 basics
* see interesting examples that cover the spectrum of D3 features
Everything is covered by really illustrative examples, descriptions are clear and the code is well annotated. This book will be perfect for you if you like the form of 'cookbooks'.

Any cons? Some. Bad formatting on Kindle Fire HDX (problems with font size). I've also found few more examples for multi-series charts I'd like to see - they seem quite common, but they are not covered.

Anyway - both D3 itself and this book are awesome. If you're up to learn about the best visualization library and you're keen on data science: you'll love them both.
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great starter for D3 31. Januar 2014
Von Herman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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with help of the author various simple D3 graphs are constructed, which help a lot to understand the basic building blocks of D3. The content is clearly explained, without presenting distracting information. The book works like the title suggests, the complete code of various working examples is presented, of which important parts are subsequently discussed in more detail. The source code of all projects is freely available, which helps to get the examples up and running and to fiddle around with the code and concepts. From reading the book experimenting with the examples on the official D3 website, which are more elaborate, but also more difficult to understand and less documented, becomes much easier and a deeper understanding of D3 is reached.
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