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d3.js line graph with dual Y axes
date close open
1-May-12 58.13 3.41
30-Apr-12 53.98 4.55
27-Apr-12 67.00 6.78
26-Apr-12 89.70 7.85
25-Apr-12 99.00 8.92
24-Apr-12 130.28 9.92
23-Apr-12 166.70 10.13
20-Apr-12 234.98 12.23
19-Apr-12 345.44 13.45
18-Apr-12 443.34 16.04
17-Apr-12 543.70 18.03
16-Apr-12 580.13 21.02
13-Apr-12 605.23 22.34
12-Apr-12 622.77 20.15
11-Apr-12 626.20 21.26
10-Apr-12 628.44 31.04
9-Apr-12 636.23 35.04
5-Apr-12 633.68 41.02
4-Apr-12 624.31 43.05
3-Apr-12 629.32 46.03
2-Apr-12 618.63 51.03
30-Mar-12 599.55 53.42
29-Mar-12 609.86 57.82
28-Mar-12 617.62 59.01
27-Mar-12 614.48 56.03
26-Mar-12 606.98 58.01
<!DOCTYPE html>
<meta charset="utf-8">
<style>
body { font: 12px Arial;}
path {
stroke: steelblue;
stroke-width: 2;
fill: none;
}
.axis path,
.axis line {
fill: none;
stroke: grey;
stroke-width: 1;
shape-rendering: crispEdges;
}
</style>
<body>
<script src="http://d3js.org/d3.v3.min.js"></script>
<script>
var margin = {top: 30, right: 40, bottom: 30, left: 50},
width = 600 - margin.left - margin.right,
height = 270 - margin.top - margin.bottom;
var parseDate = d3.time.format("%d-%b-%y").parse;
var x = d3.time.scale().range([0, width]);
var y0 = d3.scale.linear().range([height, 0]);
var y1 = d3.scale.linear().range([height, 0]);
var xAxis = d3.svg.axis().scale(x)
.orient("bottom").ticks(5);
var yAxisLeft = d3.svg.axis().scale(y0)
.orient("left").ticks(5);
var yAxisRight = d3.svg.axis().scale(y1)
.orient("right").ticks(5);
var valueline = d3.svg.line()
.x(function(d) { return x(d.date); })
.y(function(d) { return y0(d.close); });
var valueline2 = d3.svg.line()
.x(function(d) { return x(d.date); })
.y(function(d) { return y1(d.open); });
var svg = d3.select("body")
.append("svg")
.attr("width", width + margin.left + margin.right)
.attr("height", height + margin.top + margin.bottom)
.append("g")
.attr("transform",
"translate(" + margin.left + "," + margin.top + ")");
// Get the data
d3.csv("data2a.csv", function(error, data) {
data.forEach(function(d) {
d.date = parseDate(d.date);
d.close = +d.close;
d.open = +d.open;
});
// Scale the range of the data
x.domain(d3.extent(data, function(d) { return d.date; }));
y0.domain([0, d3.max(data, function(d) {
return Math.max(d.close); })]);
y1.domain([0, d3.max(data, function(d) {
return Math.max(d.open); })]);
svg.append("path") // Add the valueline path.
.attr("d", valueline(data));
svg.append("path") // Add the valueline2 path.
.style("stroke", "red")
.attr("d", valueline2(data));
svg.append("g") // Add the X Axis
.attr("class", "x axis")
.attr("transform", "translate(0," + height + ")")
.call(xAxis);
svg.append("g")
.attr("class", "y axis")
.style("fill", "steelblue")
.call(yAxisLeft);
svg.append("g")
.attr("class", "y axis")
.attr("transform", "translate(" + width + " ,0)")
.style("fill", "red")
.call(yAxisRight);
});
</script>
</body>

This is a follow on from the dual line d3.js graph used as an example in the book D3 Tips and Tricks.

It demonstrates the use of dual y axes to represent two different graph lines and should be taken in context with the text of the book which can be downloaded for free from Leanpub.

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