Extending Vega - A visualisation grammar to create interactive visualisations
I want to present the work I am doing in extending a visualization grammar Vega (http://trifacta.github.io/vega/)
Vega lets users specify d3 visualizations just by specifying a json object (no programming required otherwise).
One of the major extensions of Vega is to create interactive visualizations. Crossfilter (https://square.github.io/crossfilter) is a library which lets you connect multivariate datasets. So I was curious if we could extend Vega by including Crossfilter in the Vega’s codebase.
So you should be able to create an interactive visualization just by specifying a json object.
The talk will present the thought process and steps taken to achieve this.
Some knowledge of d3.js and crossfilter will be helpful in understanding.
I am a computer programmer by background. These days I am very interested in technologies which help us make sense of big data e.g. data visualizations, natural language tools etc.
Before this I have worked in couple of interenet startups.