Interactive Data Visualization for the Web, by Scott Murray, O’Reilly (2013), has a Free online version.
An introduction to D3 for people new to programming and web development, published by O’Reilly. “Explaining tricky technical topics with aplomb (and a little cheeky humor) is Scott Murray’s forte. If you want to dive into the world of dynamic visualization using web standards, even if you are new to programming, this book is the place to start.” - Mike Bostock, creator of D3.
This online version of Interactive Data Visualization for the Web includes 44 examples that will show you how to best represent your interactive data. For instance, you'll learn how to create this simple force layout with 10 nodes and 12 edges. Click and drag the nodes below to see the diagram react.
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