By Cameron Yick

March 27, 2018

On the Enigma Data Team, we use a variety of visualization tools to share findings with our users and one another. One such tool is d3-annotation. This open-source plugin for the d3.js visualization library makes this often overlooked process easy and fun.

In this first installment of a blog series on Javascript Data Visualization, I’ll use Observable Notebooks to showcase two javascript data visualization libraries, using both the Enigma Public and the Coindesk APIs to highlight some key portions of datasets relating to Bitcoin.

To read the tutorial, see Adding annotations to charts made in D3.js.