- how to create and serve nice data objects
- how to use chrome's console to inspect and play with your visualisation,
- how d3 interacts with the document object model,
- how to draw arbitrary SVG objects,
- how to use d3.layout to relieve you of a few common graph-vis tasks.
The talk will be useful to those who are curious about using d3.js and wants to get started making interactive and dynamic statistical visualisations.
You can download the slides (all written with d3.js) from Mike Dewar's Github: github.com/mikedewar/d3talk