intro to d3.js and Plottable.js

  • August 13, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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We have two presentations that will help you get data driven!

Shirley Wu (Engineer @ illumio) will give an interactive introduction to d3. Shirley has built a page that lets you play with the fundamental concepts of d3:
to understand the enter-update-exit pattern in a nice step-by-step manner. In her talk she will walk us through the page and help us understand this core concept.

Daniel Mané (Engineer @ Palantir) will introduce Plottable, a library of modular chart components built on D3 that is being developed at Palantir. He will explain why Palantir decided to make another charting library, explain Plottable's architecture, and its highly generalized APIs for expressing visualizations. He will also demonstrate tips and tricks that Palantir uses to create highly performant D3 charts with continuous real-time interaction and large data scales.

Refreshments will be provided thanks to our host Model N.

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  • Mark R.

    Hi, I'm still on the wait list. But I'm not worried because I'm going to assume this will be recorded. Please let me if this is not the case. Thanks!

    August 13

    • Ian J.

      sadly i dropped the ball with the videography this time and it wont be recorded :( hopefully the slides can be posted in the comments

      August 13

    • Mark R.

      no worries, you've already done a lot of a lot to help the community. keep up the good work!

      August 14

  • Michael T.

    Hi, is anyone looking for a Front End Developer with experience with D3.js?

    2 · August 12

  • Sushil Sharma, MBA, M.

    Is there a streaming link for tonight's event?

    August 13

  • John K.

    Last minute meeting will go late tonight...unfortunately I can't make it. I hope it goes well! Changing my RSVP now

    August 13

  • John B.

    unfortunately will have to miss for a late-scheduled meeting in the city, bummer

    August 12

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