Excellent data vis color picker:
Specify start and end colors, let it do the math.
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@marianoguerra This might be useful: https://github.com/awesomedata/awesome-public-datasets
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Just replaced a <select> with a list of clickable items, since the list of options will never go above 8 and that screen had only that select element at that stage.
Do you know of interesting open data to use for visualization examples?
csv, xls or json would work
my solution to the touch tooltip/more info thing:
I add data-ui-action="<id>" to elements I want to attach extra info. when the info icon is selected I do querySelectorAll('[data-ui-action]') and with getBoundingClientRect I overlay a glowing box to all visible actions with a click handler that calls a callback with the action id, there I can show a popover or open the documentation for that action :)
when you finished drawing the question mark but before hitting the dot, you get an ('more-info-pre') event so you can highlight things that are "more-info aware"
I propose a new touch gesture, you draw a question mark on the screen and the dot on the thing you want to know more about, then you get an ("more-info", target) event and can display the tooltip
How do you replace the use of tooltips in touch devices?
I miss hover there ☹️
Hi! I'm Mariano Guerra, a Software Engineer from Argentina.
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