d3 6.7.0

Install-Package d3 -Version 6.7.0
dotnet add package d3 --version 6.7.0
<PackageReference Include="d3" Version="6.7.0" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add d3 --version 6.7.0
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#r "nuget: d3, 6.7.0"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive, C# scripting and .NET Interactive. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install d3 as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=d3&version=6.7.0

// Install d3 as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=d3&version=6.7.0
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D3.js is a JavaScript library for manipulating documents based on data. D3 helps you bring data to life using HTML, SVG and CSS. D3’s emphasis on web standards gives you the full capabilities of modern browsers without tying yourself to a proprietary framework, combining powerful visualization components and a data-driven approach to DOM manipulation.

This package has no dependencies.

NuGet packages (12)

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c3

C3 is a D3-based reusable chart library that enables deeper integration of charts into web applications.

nvd3.js

Reusable charts and components on top of d3.js.

angular-nvd3

An AngularJS directive for NVD3 reusable charting library (based on D3). Easily customize your charts via JSON API

dc.js

Multi-Dimensional charting built to work natively with crossfilter rendered with d3.js

angularjs-nvd3-directives

Quickly create nvd3.js charts with Angular.js

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NuGet/NuGetGallery
NuGet Gallery is a package repository that powers https://www.nuget.org. Use this repo for reporting NuGet.org issues.
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6.7.0 3,685 4/20/2021
6.6.2 354 3/30/2021
6.6.1 111 3/30/2021
6.6.0 338 3/16/2021
6.5.0 800 2/17/2021
6.4.0 123 2/17/2021
6.3.1 125 2/17/2021
6.3.0 126 2/17/2021
6.2.0 3,947 9/24/2020
6.1.1 534 9/2/2020
6.1.0 382 9/2/2020
6.0.0 239 9/2/2020
5.16.0 12,382 4/22/2020
5.15.1 1,962 4/6/2020
5.15.0 9,494 12/30/2019
5.14.2 2,357 11/20/2019
5.14.1 298 11/20/2019
5.14.0 284 11/20/2019
5.13.1 298 11/20/2019
5.13.0 282 11/20/2019
5.12.0 12,075 9/9/2019
5.11.0 1,348 8/23/2019
5.9.10 6,333 8/19/2019
5.9.7 3,261 6/29/2019
5.9.6 353 6/29/2019
5.9.5 351 6/29/2019
5.9.4 407 6/27/2019
5.9.3 346 6/27/2019
5.9.2 5,935 3/14/2019
5.9.1 11,237 2/10/2019
5.9.0 464 2/8/2019
5.8.2 514 2/5/2019
5.8.1 440 2/5/2019
5.8.0 910 1/28/2019
5.7.0 32,938 8/24/2018
5.6.0 585 8/24/2018
5.5.0 5,275 6/16/2018
5.4.0 14,028 5/11/2018
5.3.0 911 5/9/2018
5.2.0 735 5/7/2018
5.1.0 1,833 4/18/2018
5.0.2 678 4/17/2018
5.0.1 686 4/17/2018
5.0.0 771 4/17/2018
4.13.0 19,577 1/29/2018
4.12.2 9,842 12/27/2017
4.12.1 704 12/26/2017
4.12.0 2,178 11/21/2017
4.11.0 13,415 10/3/2017
4.10.2 5,475 9/4/2017
4.10.1 893 9/4/2017
4.10.0 4,904 7/17/2017
4.9.1 38,277 5/16/2017
4.9.0 680 5/16/2017
4.8.0 2,856 4/15/2017
4.7.4 2,498 3/24/2017
4.7.3 2,131 3/14/2017
4.7.2 1,127 3/10/2017
4.7.1 28,911 3/2/2017
4.7.0 834 3/1/2017
4.6.0 2,044 2/20/2017
4.5.0 8,793 2/1/2017
4.4.4 1,589 1/25/2017
4.4.3 881 1/21/2017
4.4.2 957 1/19/2017
4.4.1 798 1/18/2017
4.4.0 5,434 11/23/2016
4.3.0 16,611 10/28/2016
4.2.8 5,728 10/24/2016
4.2.7 1,080 10/17/2016
4.2.6 6,192 9/23/2016
4.2.5 1,287 9/21/2016
4.2.4 792 9/21/2016
4.2.3 3,020 9/14/2016
4.2.2 8,094 8/16/2016
4.2.1 2,389 8/4/2016
4.2.0 1,084 8/1/2016
4.1.1 6,426 7/12/2016
4.1.0 3,102 7/3/2016
4.0.0 1,113 6/28/2016
3.5.17 129,859 5/6/2016
3.5.16 60,322 2/19/2016
3.5.15 2,328 2/13/2016
3.5.14 5,992 1/28/2016
3.5.13 5,617 1/21/2016
3.5.12 14,010 12/17/2015
3.5.11 7,039 12/15/2015
3.5.10 19,024 11/30/2015
3.5.9 2,634 11/16/2015
3.5.8 14,378 11/10/2015
3.5.7 870 11/10/2015
3.5.6 76,575 7/5/2015
3.5.5 72,908 2/10/2015
3.5.4 967 2/10/2015
3.5.3 10,730 1/8/2015
3.5.2 963 1/8/2015
3.5.1 906 1/8/2015
3.5.0 25,154 1/8/2015
3.4.13 4,615 1/8/2015
3.4.12 884 1/8/2015
3.4.11 910 1/8/2015
3.4.10 1,003 1/8/2015
3.4.9 833 1/8/2015
3.4.8 2,621 1/8/2015
3.4.6 891 1/8/2015
3.4.5 865 1/8/2015
3.4.4 165,233 3/26/2014
3.2.8 36,939 8/10/2013
3.1.1 976 1/8/2015
3.0.2 39,045 1/3/2013
2.4.4 2,627 10/16/2011

Fix handling of null with quantitative scales; null is now considered an “unknown” value, not zero.