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5 Things You Should Know About Using React (Hooks) with D3

muratkemaldar profile image Murat Kemaldar ・1 min read

Using React (Hooks) with D3 (17 Part Series)

1) The Basics – Using React (Hooks) with D3 2) Creating a Curved Line Chart – Using React (Hooks) with D3 3 ... 15 3) Axes and Scales – Using React (Hooks) with D3 4) Creating an Animated Bar Chart – Using React (Hooks) with D3 5) Interactive Charts – Using React (Hooks) with D3 6) Responsive Chart Components with ResizeObserver – Using React (Hooks) with D3 7) Creating a Gauge Chart with Machine Learning (ML5, Teachable Machine) – Using React (Hooks) with D3 8) Visualizing the Breaking Bad Timeline – Using React (Hooks) with D3 9) Creating a Racing Bar Chart – Using React (Hooks) with D3 10) Creating an Animated Tree Chart with React and D3 11) Creating a Physics-Based Force Layout with D3 / React 12) Interactive World Map with D3-geo 13) The Basics of Using React Hooks with D3 (Remastered for 2020) 14) 🥑🍌🍆 Creating a Stacked Bar Chart – Using React (Hooks) with D3 15) 🥑🍌🍆 Creating a Stacked Area Chart – Using React (Hooks) with D3 16) Creating a Zoomable Line Chart – Using React (Hooks) with D3 17) 5 Things You Should Know About Using React (Hooks) with D3

Hi!

This is the final episode of the "Using React (Hooks) with D3" series, and in this one, I recap and sum up the most important things to remember from this series.

Hope you like it, and as always, you can find the code for this episode and all the other episodes here on GitHub:
https://github.com/muratkemaldar/using-react-hooks-with-d3/tree/17-finale

Thanks for all the support for this series, see you in the next series! I will probably still do stuff regarding D3 / dataviz, but in another context. If you have any issues with the series and the code from this series, just let me know or create an Issue on the repo.

Enjoy!

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Hey Murat, thanks so much for these series! Your videos together with Amelia Wattenberg's articles are the best D3 & React material I've found online.