Making of: Washington Evergreens map with D3

  • D3.js. I haven’t found anything as capable and well-documented for native web visualization than D3.
  • Coffeescript: Since I come from a Python background, I like the syntax of Coffeescript. It’s fallen out of favor in part because of improvements to Javascript with ES6, but for the purposes of a small project like this it’s great.
  • NPM: Convenient for handling dependencies and scripting commands.

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Rowan Copley

Rowan Copley

Pro-humanity technologist. Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see. A still more glorious dawn awaits.

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