Month: June 2017
I recently came across this /r/dataisbeautiful post and was wondering what the equivalent would look like using Australian stocks. I found historical market cap data for the ASX 200 and using D3 created a similar visualisation, experimenting with D3’s transitions, scales, areas and axis. Source code on GitHub.
I was interested in getting a minimal example working for Websockets and it was surprisingly easy to get a demo working between Node.js and a browser. First install the ws library: Create an index.js file with the contents: Start the Node.js process: In a browser console, send a message to the Node.js process: