[openspending-dev] Using D3.js with the OpenSpending API
José Félix Ontañón
felixonta at gmail.com
Fri Aug 30 21:10:43 UTC 2013
The post has been published as a tutorial, awsome!
I still thinking that integrating d3.js visualizations (as sankey, circular
networks or network maps) as OS built-in visualizations would be the best
for the medium user.
However, as some of you have pointed out before in this mailing list, IE
continues with issues rendering d3.js graphs. In order to give support for
all browser on with built-in OS's features perhaps is better to set
ready-to-clone-and-deploy pack of presentation pages, embeding d3.js
visualizations, in which the user only has to modify some parameters in
order to see visualized their own OS datasets.
My 2 cents.
2013/8/30 Anders Pedersen <anders.pedersen at okfn.org>
> Hi all,
> This week Felix posted a detailed guide on how to use D3 with the
> OpenSpending API, which was posted both over PBS Ideas blog and on the
> OpenSpending blog:
> Great work Felix! We will add the blog post to a tutorial section under
> our new help section <http://blog.openspending.org/help/>.
> Following the discussion the past few weeks here on the list, I would be
> interested to hear your thoughts. For instance: what can we do to make it
> even easier to create such visualisations for OS users?
> Anders Pedersen
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