d3 2.4.4

D3 allows you to bind arbitrary data to a Document Object Model (DOM), and then apply data-driven transformations to the document. As a trivial example, you can use D3 to generate a basic HTML table from an array of numbers. Or, use the same data to create an interactive SVG bar chart with smooth transitions and interaction.

D3 is not a traditional visualization framework. Rather than provide a monolithic system with all the features anyone may ever need, D3 solves only the crux of the problem: efficient manipulation of documents based on data. This gives D3 extraordinary flexibility, exposing the full capabilities of underlying technologies such as CSS3, HTML5 and SVG. It avoids learning a new intermediate proprietary representation. With minimal overhead, D3 is extremely fast, supporting large datasets and dynamic behaviors for interaction and animation. And, for those common needs, D3’s functional style allows code reuse through a diverse collection of optional modules.

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Install-Package d3 -Version 2.4.4
dotnet add package d3 --version 2.4.4
<PackageReference Include="d3" Version="2.4.4" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add d3 --version 2.4.4
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Version History

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5.15.0 485 12/30/2019
5.14.2 656 11/20/2019
5.14.1 64 11/20/2019
5.14.0 50 11/20/2019
5.13.1 51 11/20/2019
5.13.0 51 11/20/2019
5.12.0 2,590 9/9/2019
5.11.0 776 8/23/2019
5.9.10 1,626 8/19/2019
5.9.7 1,492 6/29/2019
5.9.6 104 6/29/2019
5.9.5 108 6/29/2019
5.9.4 140 6/27/2019
5.9.3 104 6/27/2019
5.9.2 3,863 3/14/2019
5.9.1 8,819 2/10/2019
5.9.0 167 2/8/2019
5.8.2 229 2/5/2019
5.8.1 146 2/5/2019
5.8.0 556 1/28/2019
5.7.0 14,269 8/24/2018
5.6.0 251 8/24/2018
5.5.0 3,442 6/16/2018
5.4.0 7,683 5/11/2018
5.3.0 564 5/9/2018
5.2.0 400 5/7/2018
5.1.0 1,281 4/18/2018
5.0.2 353 4/17/2018
5.0.1 355 4/17/2018
5.0.0 401 4/17/2018
4.13.0 12,957 1/29/2018
4.12.2 6,001 12/27/2017
4.12.1 377 12/26/2017
4.12.0 1,500 11/21/2017
4.11.0 8,904 10/3/2017
4.10.2 3,859 9/4/2017
4.10.1 561 9/4/2017
4.10.0 3,267 7/17/2017
4.9.1 21,225 5/16/2017
4.9.0 357 5/16/2017
4.8.0 2,223 4/15/2017
4.7.4 1,675 3/24/2017
4.7.3 1,710 3/14/2017
4.7.2 803 3/10/2017
4.7.1 28,517 3/2/2017
4.7.0 488 3/1/2017
4.6.0 1,433 2/20/2017
4.5.0 2,559 2/1/2017
4.4.4 1,255 1/25/2017
4.4.3 548 1/21/2017
4.4.2 634 1/19/2017
4.4.1 455 1/18/2017
4.4.0 3,450 11/23/2016
4.3.0 9,679 10/28/2016
4.2.8 3,188 10/24/2016
4.2.7 738 10/17/2016
4.2.6 4,822 9/23/2016
4.2.5 940 9/21/2016
4.2.4 456 9/21/2016
4.2.3 796 9/14/2016
4.2.2 4,599 8/16/2016
4.2.1 2,046 8/4/2016
4.2.0 691 8/1/2016
4.1.1 5,903 7/12/2016
4.1.0 2,752 7/3/2016
4.0.0 758 6/28/2016
3.5.17 81,086 5/6/2016
3.5.16 44,511 2/19/2016
3.5.15 1,940 2/13/2016
3.5.14 3,707 1/28/2016
3.5.13 5,065 1/21/2016
3.5.12 10,828 12/17/2015
3.5.11 4,365 12/15/2015
3.5.10 10,399 11/30/2015
3.5.9 2,141 11/16/2015
3.5.8 6,488 11/10/2015
3.5.7 527 11/10/2015
3.5.6 40,845 7/5/2015
3.5.5 52,091 2/10/2015
3.5.4 628 2/10/2015
3.5.3 9,418 1/8/2015
3.5.2 591 1/8/2015
3.5.1 563 1/8/2015
3.5.0 20,619 1/8/2015
3.4.13 4,207 1/8/2015
3.4.12 551 1/8/2015
3.4.11 552 1/8/2015
3.4.10 528 1/8/2015
3.4.9 510 1/8/2015
3.4.8 1,856 1/8/2015
3.4.6 542 1/8/2015
3.4.5 514 1/8/2015
3.4.4 124,592 3/26/2014
3.2.8 20,505 8/10/2013
3.1.1 607 1/8/2015
3.0.2 35,522 1/3/2013
2.4.4 2,228 10/16/2011
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