An introduction to D3 for people new to programming and web development, published by O’Reilly. The inital ebook was released in November 2012. The final ebook and paper copies were published in March 2013.
Second edition out now! The links below will be useful only if you’re already referencing the now-out-of-date first edition.
Also see my D3 video courses.
“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
@andyteucher Reading Interactive Data Vis for the Web by @alignedleft. Can't believe I'm actually laughing out loud reading a coding book.
@gonzofish Completely engrossed @alignedleft's book… I can feel the #D3js mastery growing in me. Soon.
@Ian__Watkins @alignedleft Reading the Early Release eBook and running the code. Loving the humour, really helping the learning process by making it fun.
@adelleywelley Started learning D3 this weekend with @alignedleft's awesome book. I wholeheartedly agree that "variabalize" should be a word, make it so!
@obfuscurity Snagged the Kindle version of @alignedleft’s new dataviz/D3.js book. Yesssssss.
@d3noob That chapter on Geo mapping alone is fantastic! Great work.
@jcukier re @alignedleft book: The hardest part of learning d3 is the bump at the beginning of the curve... Scott's patient tone will work wonders.
@tmcw and re: people asking for a good single resource on d3, just buy @alignedleft's book already