The solution fails for: "Data Visualization with D3: Add Labels to Scatter Plot Circles"
When the official solution is entered: .text((d) => (d[0] + ", " + d[1])) the tests do not pass. Nor do the tests pass for .text((d) => ((d[0]+5) + ", " + d[1])). How can the tests be passed?

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Hi @super. The tests are not passing because there is something you are missing. You should have "x" and "y" attributes included as well:

 .attr("x", (d, i) => d[0] + 5)
 .attr("y", (d, i) => h - d[1])

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Hello there,

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Thank you.

This code still does not pass the test.

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Well obviously that code alone won’t pass the tests because I didn’t include everything you are supposed to have. There should be a line of code for displaying label. The code I have provided is simply for positioning the labels. Saying “This code still does not pass the test” doesn’t tell me what is wrong with your code. Just copy and paste the solution you are submitting and include a link to the particular challenge like @Sky020 pointed out to easily help you.

Copy and pasting the solution does not work, it appears the solution is wrong.

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Well nobody is here to give you solutions. The best one can do is guide you and obviously you are making it difficult for people to do so.

Hey all, let us remember that there is a person on the other end of the keyboard.

@super If you are still stuck, could you please include your current (full), up-to-date code?

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Like I previously mentioned, to complete the challenge I entered incorrect code, then went to the official freecodecamp solution and copy pasted that into the challenge, and still the test did not pass.

Right. Sorry, I missed that clarification.

You are correct. The guide post solution does not pass the current tests. Thank you, for pointing this out.

I have corrected the guide post.

Much appreciated, thanks!

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