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D3.js for the Impatient is concise, yet comprehensive. Janert presents an overall survey of working with D3.js, while steering clear of long-winded and meandering explanations. Right away, this first chapter shows you how to create simple graphs and tackle two of the library’s more unusual aspects: selecting and binding—the way D3.js uses DOM nodes to represent data visually. From there, you can easily explore individual chapters that adhere to your particular interests.