This is my attempt at implementing d3.behavior.select:
This can be used with svg:rect to support brushing, and linking should
be fairly simple to implement as needed using event listeners.
Suggestions are welcomed!
Jason Davies, http://www.jasondavies.com/
The pull request modifies examples/zoom/zoom.html to use
d3.behavior.select. It only makes use of one dimension, but that
demonstrates the flexibility of the behaviour. I'll update the splom
example too when I get a chance, with full two-dimensional brushing!
+1 for timelines
Definitely; I think that should be a standard feature of any chart
template, including the ability to specify a key function for data so
that you can preserve object constancy across transitions.
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... been thinking about this one for a while, as a force-directed
layout for better packing than in those examples.
Whatever chart type you choose, I'd recommend implementing it as an
example, at least for now. Or possibly a layout. But not a d3.chart:
I've been thinking about how to redesign the d3.chart classes to make
them easier to use, so I wouldn't recommend copying their current
design. They are currently implemented as "transformations of data",
similar to the SVG shape generators, but given that charts are
stateful I think they might be easier to use as more traditional
self-contained widgets. We'll probably break the d3.chart components
out into a separate library, under a separate release cycle, since the
number of different possible types is unbounded.
I've implemented this using custom gravity and collision detection,
similar to this slide:
It works great. :)
Yup, that was the slide that inspired me to try this. I'll probably
have some questions about implementing the custom gravity, but it
looks eminently possible :)
Not much success as yet.
Not recommended as a beginner exercise!
and used it here:
If anyone wants to work together on a d3 version, let me know.
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