A challenge these days with visualization is that a piece might look great on a computer monitor and then break on a tablet or phone. However, if you design your software with that in mind so that it adapts to the device it’s on — so that it’s responsive — your audience loves you more for it. Chris Amico explains how to get started in D3.js: responsive maps, charts, and legends.
Responsive maps with D3.js
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