How to Visualize Data with JavaScript



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What you’ll learn

  • JavaScript, visualization skills, HTML, CSS, jQuery

Requirements

  • JavaScript basics, HTML and CSS basics

Welcome to How to Visualize Data with JavaScript. In this project, join Elisabeth Robson to learn how to incorporate data visualization into your web skills using simple JavaScript along with HTML and CSS. Elisabeth will take you through building an interactive visualization using data downloaded from NOAA, reading data into a web page, adding the data to an HTML table with JavaScript code, adding color to the visualization with JavaScript and CSS, and using a little jQuery to help make selecting and updating elements in the page easy.

Pre-requisites

To successfully complete this project, we recommend that you have some background in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. You don’t need to be an expert by any means, but you should have experience building web pages with HTML and CSS, and you should have basic programming skills with JavaScript.

Learning Path

  • Head First HTML and CSS
  • Head First JavaScript Programming (Chapters 1-6)
  • How jQuery Works: The Basics
  • This course: How to Visualize Data with JavaScript

Who this course is for:

  • Developers who want to practice their JavaScript skills, and use JavaScript to create visualizations.
  • Developers interested in climate change, and visualizing climate data
  • Do the Work: Explore Visualizations of Climate Change Data

    00:12

  • Do the Work: Explore the Data

    00:12

  • Do the Work: Create the visualization by hand

    00:25

 

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