We began this book with a quick look at a standard approach to writing a D3 chart. If you've reached this far in the book, and you've read it all, nicely done! Hopefully we've opened your eyes to a much more sustainable and reusable method to using D3.js, and how powerful D3.js applications can be.
We had a number of intentions in mind when writing this book:
As mentioned in the Introduction, you can get all the source code, data files, etc. on github:
https://github.com/backstopmedia/D3Edge. You can either download the latest version of all the files in a ZIP archive at the URL below or use git to fetch the repository: https://github.com/backstopmedia/D3Edge/archive/master.zip.
Christophe Viau: https://twitter.com/d3visualization
Roland Dunn: https://twitter.com/roland_dunn
Andy Thornton: https://twitter.com/graftdata
Of course you can also find us at the D3 mailing list. Though if you have a question about the book or issues with the provided sourcecode you may also file an 'issue' at the book's github site here: https://github.com/backstopmedia/D3Edge/issues.
We all very much hope you've found the book useful, and look forward to seeing how you build and use D3 in the future!
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