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How to Visualize Data Sets With D3.js and Crossfilter – Line Chart

D3.js is a Javascript library for data-driven DOM manipulation. I know that is a generic sentence, but when you look at the sheer amount of examples in their repository, it starts to make sense. I’m sure most of you reading this article already heard about D3.js. So what’s the point of this article? It’s intended for people who never used D3.js and wanted to create something interesting. Throughout the article, I’m assuming a basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, Javascript, and Web Development. If you are just interested in the demo or you want to know if this article is worth it, check it out here.

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Why Having a Questions & Answers Section is Good For Your Product?

Let’s say you have a blog, website, or a product that is useful for a certain niche community. You post quality content as often as possible. People read the content and share it on social media if it’s good, entertaining or useful. At some point you also want to decide to build a community, but how do you get people to engage in the community? Social networks are great for sharing and growing the reach of your content.

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