Getting started with D3 - Data files

Where can I find the links to the data for the samples in "Getting started with D3"? Thanks.
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  • Tai Hake (Official Rep) July 02, 2012 16:28
    Hi Vicente,
    This title does not require any supplemental example files to be downloaded from our site. There are many links mentioned in the book to download the utilities and example code you may need to go along with the book. Most of the code examples are given in the text of the book itself, and the others can be found at the links supplied there.

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  • Thank you for your reply. I don't believe what you describe is totally accurate. The section "Cleaning the data" in the book, indicates that the source code accompanying the book lives in two directories and that the data can be downloaded from the catalog page for the book. It is true that the book points to several sites and files, but the data on those sites is raw. I would expect the downloads to have the cleaned data needed for the examples. Thank you.
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  • Hi Vicente,

    I'm sorry for the confusion, and thanks for writing us about this. The example files for this book are now available for download at http://examples.oreilly.com/0636920025429/.

    Please let us know if you have any questions.

    Kind Regards,

    Rachel James
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