Let's discuss your "National Contiguity Force Directed Graph Visualization"

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Project Link - http://codepen.io/d33con/full/mEaJkx/

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My project ! Made on 3d.V4 and ES6.

Project Link - http://codepen.io/jrogatis/pen/PzrpGj

Can you please give me some critics ?

Regards !

Project Link => http://www.aungmyokyaw.com/FCC-D3/ForceDirectedGraph/
Source Code => https://github.com/AungMyoKyaw/FCC-D3

Thanks to https://bl.ocks.org/mbostock/4062045

Project Link --> https://codepen.io/BrusBilis/full/vXjpKw

Project Link - http://codepen.io/Josh5231/full/xEvbgL/

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Project Link => Force Directed Graph

mine

Here is mine!:

Project Link - http://codepen.io/chemok78/full/jyzaBR/

Here’s mine:

graph

code

See the Pen Force Directed Graph by vivian (@leoCecilia) on CodePen.

welcome to feedback

Project Link: https://codepen.io/_dev_noise/pen/Emryyx

How to handle the flag images(:us:, etc) made this a tough one. Lots of help by taking a peak at other projects.

Project link: https://absolitudo.github.io/national-contiguity

Here’s mine
Took a while playing with force structure to get it to spread out horizontally.
Also I didn’t want to go the sprite route, so I linked to .svg flag files. Took a few days to figure out how to link an image to each node.
As always, I appreciate any feedback.

https://dereje1.github.io/Force-Directed/index.html

d3 does most of the hard lifting in this project , velocity/force/animation, placing the sprites with css in parallel with the svg was what took the longest, and had to google around a lot to make it work, thankfully found a lot of users who had the same issues

Hi,

heres my attempt:
https://codepen.io/nikolairiedel/full/eGwvwp/

Something makes this incredibly resource expensive for me…

Project Link = https://jolav.me/freecodecamp/old/data/country-borders/flags.html

Project Link - [REDACTED]

My version here
Found out: so, it is not necessary to work only with svg-type elements in D3.js :sweat_smile: