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Force Charts: Part 1

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A force-directed graph is a class of algorithms to lay out data in graphs in an attractive way. Force charts can be used for mechanical spring behavior, network visualization, knowledge representation, etc. Using a combination of React and D3 is great since each library can be used for different things. It gives you the best of all worlds. Adding TypeScript as a type checker to the mix helps ensure the types are well defined and helps you avoid potential bugs. Total goodness!

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Elrom, E. (2021). Force Charts: Part 1. In: Integrating D3.js with React. Apress, Berkeley, CA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-7052-3_8

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