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D3 continues to gain traction as a library for creating rich visualisations in the browser. Previously, it was somewhat low-level, requiring more work for the creation of commonly used visualisations than less sophisticated, more targeted libraries. Since the last radar, libraries like Rickshaw for charting and Crossfilter for in-browser dataset exploration have helped make D3 even more accessible than before.
Jan 2014
adopt?
D3 continues to gain traction as a library for creating rich visualisations in the browser. Previously, it was somewhat low-level, requiring more work for the creation of commonly used visualisations than less sophisticated, more targeted libraries. Since the last radar, libraries like Rickshaw for charting and Crossfilter for in-browser dataset exploration have helped make D3 even more accessible than before.
May 2013
adopt?
Oct 2012
trial?
D3 is a JavaScript library for binding datasets into the DOM, and then declaratively transforming the document to create rich visualizations - ranging from graphs to heatmaps. With support for HTML, CSS and SVG, and an extensible plug-in model, we like the fact that this library allows us to deliver information in more intuitive ways.