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Lastly, I watched Tom’s You Tube Video on Converting D3to work in Observable. Unfortunately, I don’t know if my mistake is actually with the data loading, or if I am making another mistake in rendering the chart. Thanks so much to Tom and Mike for all the tutorials and problem-specific help and insights that you’ve shared with me already!!!
Sincerely, Aaron You’re loading D3 v4; in Observable you really want to use D3 v5, which replaces the callback-style API of d3-request with the promise-based API of d3-fetch.
Regarding your suggestion for breaking down examples into bits: I will continue to work on this.
It’s inspiring to see a person with not only your technical expertise, but also your social grace and commitment to helping others. I have a way still to go, but the pieces are slowly coming together. As you note in your reply and in the Introduction to Data notebook, it is possible to in-line data into Observable.(See CHANGES for more.) Observable, and today’s Java Script in general with See Introduction to Promises for more on this topic.But none of these examples will work yet , because per the d3-fetch README, the first argument to d3is a URL, not a name, and not a JSON object.With a working Observable notebook, I’ll have immediate feedback as I manipulate the JSON file, which will be great From what I understand of your comment and the d3-fetch README, however, I can’t combine the is a URL (or at least a path to a JSON file).What would be the alternative module for working with JSON data loaded in-line?