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A while ago, I played around with a cool Perspective Transformation using SVG and matrix3d CSS transform. It made sense to turn it into a mockup generator like Magic Mockups or PLaceIt. But, I ran into some issues when overlaying an SVG with matrix3d transforms on HTML5 canvas. I found an JSfiddle example of just using HTML5 CANVAS and transformed it into a full mockup generator.
Histograms are really powerful means of visualizing the distribution of data. I have previously created a histogram generator with jQplot, and today I wanted to do something similar with D3.js. My motivation for this came from finding D3 histogram functions and I wanted to see how they work. I also wanted to allow the user to specify the size of the graph, the data, labels for x and y axis, and the amount of bins.
Histograms are a great way of visualizing the distribution of data. I use them a lot at work but today I was searching for a histogram generator and did not come up quickly with meaningful results. I did find histogram generators like this but I needed something better. I am pretty familiar with jqPlot so I decided to write my own histogram generator, something a little better than this jsfiddle histogram example.