Thursday, September 27, 2012

Averaging Multidimensional Data for D3 Part 2

In my previous tutorial, I showed you conceptually how to average the data such that the 3 pieces of data in each row are averaged together and only 1 bar and text is shown per row for each average. This time I'm actually going to backtrack to the code I was using in the tutorial before that so that I can show you another way of averaging the data.

What we're going to average this time are not the 3 pieces of data per row (we're going to leave those alone this time); instead, we're going to average all of the elements each with a unique "Site Type" and "Media Type" value together.

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Averaging Multidimensional Data for D3

Building from the example in my previous tutorial, I am only going to slightly modify a few aspects of the graph. My goal for this tutorial is to show how to code the graph differently such that the 3 pieces of data per row are averaged together into 1 piece of data per row.

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Using Multi-Column Data with D3 Part 2

Okay, so after reading my previous tutorial we are now capable of loading in a CSV file with multi-column data and completely reconstructing it.

That's great! but... what about being able to categorize, filter, (somewhat) transition, and color the representation of that data? That's what this tutorial is all about! :)