Thursday, April 05, 2012


I've been starting to look at d3, and what kinds of cool things can be done with it.  The examples are pretty nifty, especially as a starting point for more complex things.

To get a feel for the code under src\, I made a code tree map:

Basically I followed the same formula; on a local PC I placed the d3 javascript and then ran:

for /S %n in (*.js) find /C ";" %n >> output.txt
which produces a list of line counts with at least one semicolon.  Then I imported the result in to a Google spreadsheet, sorted and removed unnecessary files, and then created the treemap.

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