Awesome D3


README.md

This list keeps track of interesting D3js libraries, plugins and utilities.

We decided not to list tutorials, ressources or concepts here, because there is already a very good list of readings out there you can check out and contribute to.

Curators: Moritz Klack and Christopher Möller of webkid.io

Charts

  • bullet chart – Bullet chart
  • cirrus.js – A multi-renderer charts library
  • cubism – Time Series Visualization
  • c3 – Reusable chart library
  • dc – For heavy amounts of data
  • dimple – An object-oriented API for business analytics
  • d3.chart – Framework for building reusable charts
  • d3pie – A configurable pie chart lib and generator
  • D3xter – Straight forward plotting
  • D4 – reusable charts DSL
  • epoch – A general purpose, real-time visualization library
  • firespray – Streaming charts
  • Gantt-Chart – Gantt chart library
  • metricsgraphics – Optimized for visualizing time-series data
  • micropolar – A polar chart library
  • nvd3 – Re-usable charts and chart components
  • plottablejs – Flexible, interactive charts for the web
  • pykcharts – Themeable, responsive, modular, real-time charts and 109+ maps
  • radar chart – Radar chart module
  • sankey – Plugin to create Sankey Diagrams
  • taucharts – Charts with a focus on design and flexibility
  • techanjs – A visual, stock charting and technical analysis
  • uvCharts – Supports lots of different chart types
  • vega – A visualization grammar
Third Party

Maps

Third Party
  • leaflet-d3 – Collection of plugins for using D3 with Leaflet
  • Wikimaps-D3js Atlas – Command line utility and D3js based library to generate raster, topojson and svg maps

Utils

  • d3-extended – Extends d3 with some common jQuery functions
  • d3-kit – A set of tools to speed D3 related project development
  • d3-plus – an extension to the D3 library that allows fast and easy creation of data visualizations
  • d3-helpers – Little utility functions
  • d3-tip – Tooltips helper
  • d3.slider – jquery UI inspired slider
  • jetpack – Nifty convenience wrappers that speed up your daily work
  • kodama – Tooltip Plugin
  • textures – SVG patterns for Data Visualization

Miscellaneous

  • dragit – A toolkit to enable the manipulation of data graphics
  • d3moji – First class emoji support
  • d3-cloud – Word clouds


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Lawsuit Filed Over Domain Name Registered 16 Years Before Plaintiff’s Use

HughPickens.com writes: Cybersquatting is registering, selling or using a domain name with the intent of profiting from the goodwill of someone else’s trademark. It generally refers to the practice of buying up domain names that use the names of existing businesses with the intent to sell the names for a profit to those businesses. Now Andrew Allmann writes at Domain Name Wire that New York company Office Space Solutions, Inc. has filed a cybersquatting lawsuit against Jason Kneen over the domain name WorkBetter.com that Kneen registered in 1999 although Office Space Solutions didn’t use the term “Work Better” in commerce until 2015. “Workbetter.com is virtually identical to, and/or confusingly similar to the WORK BETTER Service Mark, which was distinctive at the time that the Defendant renewed and/or updated the registration of workbetter.com,” says the lawsuit. But according to an Office Space Solutions’ filing with the USPTO, it didn’t use the term “Work Better” in commerce until 2015. Office Space Solutions is making the argument that the domain name was renewed in bad faith. According to Kneen, Office Space previously tried to purchase the domain name from him and after it failed to acquire the domain name, is now trying to take it via a lawsuit.


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Two Factor Authentication for ownCloud

This tutorial shows you how to protect ownCloud logins with two factor authentication by using privacyIDEA to manage the second authentication factor. privacyIDEA is a system to manage authentication devices for two factor authentication in your own network – not at any Identity Provider – thus keeping your identity and the identities of your users also under your control.


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Cisco To Acquire OpenDNS

New submitter Tokolosh writes: Both Cisco and OpenDNS announced today that the former is to acquire the latter. From the Cisco announcement: “To build on Cisco’s advanced threat protection capabilities, we plan to continue to innovate a cloud delivered Security platform integrating OpenDNS’ key capabilities to accelerate that work. Over time, we will look to unite our cloud-delivered solutions, enhancing Cisco’s advanced threat protection capabilities across the full attack continuum—before, during and after an attack.” With Cisco well-embedded with the US security apparatus (NSA, CIA, FBI, etc.) is it time to seek out alternatives to OpenDNS?


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Amazon releases open-source TLS implementation in response to OpenSSL issues

Long-standing problems and a history of high-profile bugs in OpenSSL such as Heartbleed have prompted Amazon to write a replacement TLS implementation.


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How to edit your kernel boot parameters on Linux

Changing or editing your kernel boot parameters is very important when you want to fix an issue that causes errors during boot, or test a new feature, activate a different driver, or disable a feature on your system. These parameters are stored as text, in the boot loader’s configuration file which the kernel parses during the init process.


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riverToTweets.js

This is pretty technical stuff, but it’s indicative of the kind of work we’re doing with River4.

https://github.com/scripting/riverToTweets

It’s a publishing system. I don’t think there’s anything else like it in the open source world.

Something we should be connecting on with journalists. I could easily teach smart users how to set up a river of news.

They would instantly be more powerful than anyone else in news!


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