however, there’s still things to consider – including some tools built on D3, f.ex C3.js, NVD3, dimple.
- C3.js Brings Charting Power Without the Learning Curve
- Speeding Up D3.js: A Checklist
- Is D3.js or Highchart.js better?
“…You can create a simple bar chart to some complex animated data visualizations using D3. And all this without too much effort from your side.”
- Out of raw d3.js, nvd3.js, cubism, and rickshaw.js, I’ve by far had the best experience with nvd3.
- You can most definitely manipulate C3 charts with D3; they’re all just SVG elements …. TBH, I generally find it easier to use CSS to modify C3 charts.
- so answer:
d3 is all about selecting/appending DOM elements, binding data to them and then manipulating them. After c3 does it’s thing, there is nothing stopping you from selecting on what it generated and modifying it further.
If I was you, though, I’d bite the bullet and just learn d3. If you are looking at a plotting library built on top of d3 and saying you need more, your code will be cleaner and more maintainable built from the ground up with straight d3.
- Eirik (on my team) seems to prefer D3 bc of performance
the short of it: use dropbox or email.
i.e., copy to dropbox on your computer, and try open it on the iphone.
after you have tried and got an error message that dropbox doesn’t understand the format (epub) or you got to open the pdf, you can use the curved arrow to open it elsewhere – select iBooks.
mavensupport for myeclipse (m4e)
maven integration for eclipse (m2)
now, if a project wasn’t “maven-enabled”, i often had to manually edit the .project file to make it so, even with mavensupport installed.
but if you also install “maven integration for eclipse”, you can right-click a project without maven nature and select “(m2) myeclipse maven -> enable dependency management”.
a last piece of the puzzle seems to be needed – i think i enabled some advanced option in m4e (might even have been seemingly unrelated, like advanced tabs in pom). but a coworker disabled m4e after installing m2 and then got the right-click option to enable maven for a project…
if you try this, let me know how it works out…
edit: it seems i only had to enter the maven settings (myeclipse -> maven), and then exit (apply). without changing anything… then the “(m2) myeclipse maven -> enable dependency management” option emerged…