— Nathan Yau, "A Survival Guide to Starting and Finishing a PhD". From FlowingData, published 2013/4/01
I started reading, and then realized that it’d be a lot more efficient to be writing instead of reading about how to write.
I have gotten a lot better at D3.js development over the past few years, and can trace most of my improvement to coming across a few key tutorials, blogs, books and other resources on the topic. They’ve been a huge help for me, and I’ve gathered a bunch of my favorites in this post to hopefully help others improve their D3 experience.