Data Visualization for All
by Jack Dougherty, et al.
Publisher: GitBook 2018
Number of pages: 359
This book shows how to design interactive charts and maps for your website. We begin with drag-and-drop tools and gradually work our way up to editing open-source code templates. This friendly introduction includes step-by-step tutorials, video screencasts, and real-world examples.
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