Switch between stacked and grouped layouts using sequenced transitions! Animations preserve object constancy and allow the user to follow the data across views. Animation design by Heer and Robertson. Colors and data generation inspired by Byron and Wattenberg.
Jay Pfaffman pfaffman
|# Upstart script for a play application that binds to an unprivileged user.|
|# put this into a file like /etc/init/play.conf|
|# This could be the foundation for pushing play apps to the server using something like git-deploy|
|# By calling service play stop in the restart command and play-start in the restart command.|
|# start play|
|# stop play|
|# restart play|
This chart shows a histogram of an Irwin–Hall distribution. The data is randomly generated. The values are then binned at regular intervals using D3’s histogram layout. The x-axis uses a linear scale, such that the tick values appear between bars; this provides better indication that each bar represents the count of values between its surrounding tick values.
This is a test.
See also this histogram of a log-normal distribution of time durations.