Heavy descriptive data, large statistical information and other forms of numerical data can represent as a boring form to the viewers. Visitors tend to expect a user-friendly experience which will allow them to be more interactive and connected to the information. Information should be presented in such a way that it should be visually aesthetic, while clearly defining the facts in a less overwhelming manner.
Is it possible to build a framework in accordance to the data? Or have an unrestricted access to DOM? Is there any better framework than Protovis?
D3.js, for Better Visual Communication
JSON, CSV aka comma-separated values or geoJSON are some of the common data formats that D3.js can support effortlessly. D3.js or D3 where D3 stands for Data-Driven Documents provides wider access to DOM nodes.
Elements in Action
D3.js is creating a riot through HTML which, equipped with CSS and SVG is explicitly defining the rich visual data. CSS or Cascading style sheets, a style sheet language effectively defines the style and design layout of web pages to make it more interactive. Having a tint of influence on almost all browsers, SVG aka Scalable Vector Graphics is an XML-based vector image format designed specifically for 2D graphics. Scalability and resolution is what defining the web technology; Today SVG is playing a vital role in developing a responsive web page which exclusively depends on these two elements.