D3.js Workshop II: Make Beautiful Maps

Avatar
Posted on Oct 18, 2013

[Best_Wordpress_Gallery gallery_type="thumbnails" theme_id="1" gallery_id="33" sort_by="order" order_by="asc" show_search_box="0" search_box_width="180" image_column_number="5" images_per_page="30" image_title="none" image_enable_page="1" thumb_width="200" thumb_height="150" thumb_click_action="undefined" thumb_link_target="undefined" popup_fullscreen="0" popup_autoplay="0" popup_width="800" popup_height="500" popup_effect="fade" popup_interval="5" popup_enable_filmstrip="1" popup_filmstrip_height="70" popup_enable_ctrl_btn="1" popup_enable_fullscreen="1" popup_enable_info="1" popup_info_always_show="0" popup_enable_rate="0" popup_enable_comment="1" popup_hit_counter="0" popup_enable_facebook="1" popup_enable_twitter="1" popup_enable_google="1" popup_enable_pinterest="0" popup_enable_tumblr="0" watermark_type="none" watermark_link="http://web-dorado.com"]

Many thanks go to Carlos Fernandez, our Guest Host of this event! Special thanks go to Dr. Jon Roberts and Dr. Jeff Allen for giving such a wonderful workshop!

-----------------------------------

NYC Data Science Academy is offering a relative courses:

RSVP Data Visualization with D3.js, Beginner Level

-----------------------------------

Slides:

-----------------------------------

Video:

-----------------------------------

Meetup Announcement:

Over the course of the workshop we covered how we created the EnergyZip application. In a series of 5-10 min talks we'll cover each step in the map's creation. In between the short talks, we'll work directly with you to get a full dynamic map up and running.

Speakers:

Dr Jon Roberts and Dr Jeff Allen are cosmic ray astrophysicists who spends time visualizing the universe in their day job, and visualizing NYC on evenings and weekends. Their recent interactive map of New York electricity use - EnergyZip - was recently featured in The Atlantic.

Outline:

We covered the following steps in map creation:

- basic map outlines

- d3 projection

- scoupling data to map regions zoom

- pan transitions dynamic data updates

Preparation:

It's better to have a passing familiarity with D3.js. Make sure you can copy and paste the chloropleth code from here and have a local version working.

-----------------------------------

Other Useful Info Link:

Reference:

We  worked through the creation process for EnergyZip - so check out energyzip.org. Also check out the choropleth example on the D3 site. The zooming and panning segment of the workshop drew on these four examples of different zooming and panning transitions.

A record of the session is available herehttps://github.com/jonroberts/d3Mapping

 

About Author

Related Articles

Leave a Comment

No comments found.

View Posts by Categories


Our Recent Popular Posts


View Posts by Tags

#python #trainwithnycdsa 2019 airbnb Alex Baransky alumni Alumni Interview Alumni Reviews Alumni Spotlight alumni story Alumnus API Application artist aws beautiful soup Best Bootcamp Best Data Science 2019 Best Data Science Bootcamp Best Data Science Bootcamp 2020 Best Ranked Big Data Book Launch Book-Signing bootcamp Bootcamp Alumni Bootcamp Prep Bundles California Cancer Research capstone Career Career Day citibike clustering Coding Course Demo Course Report D3.js data Data Analyst data science Data Science Academy Data Science Bootcamp Data science jobs Data Science Reviews Data Scientist Data Scientist Jobs data visualization Deep Learning Demo Day Discount dplyr employer networking feature engineering Finance Financial Data Science Flask gbm Get Hired ggplot2 googleVis Hadoop higgs boson Hiring hiring partner events Hiring Partners Industry Experts Instructor Blog Instructor Interview Job Job Placement Jobs Jon Krohn JP Morgan Chase Kaggle Kickstarter lasso regression Lead Data Scienctist Lead Data Scientist leaflet linear regression Logistic Regression machine learning Maps matplotlib Medical Research Meet the team meetup Networking neural network Neural networks New Courses nlp NYC NYC Data Science nyc data science academy NYC Open Data NYCDSA NYCDSA Alumni Online Online Bootcamp Open Data painter pandas Part-time Portfolio Development prediction Prework Programming PwC python python machine learning python scrapy python web scraping python webscraping Python Workshop R R language R Programming R Shiny r studio R Visualization R Workshop R-bloggers random forest Ranking recommendation recommendation system regression Remote remote data science bootcamp Scrapy scrapy visualization seaborn Selenium sentiment analysis Shiny Shiny Dashboard Spark Special Special Summer Sports statistics streaming Student Interview Student Showcase SVM Switchup Tableau team TensorFlow Testimonial tf-idf Top Data Science Bootcamp twitter visualization web scraping Weekend Course What to expect word cloud word2vec XGBoost yelp