xfilter - arbitrary backend <-> crossfilter bridge

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Currently the query engine supported is Nanocubes (this library was originally called "nanofilter"): use xf.engine(xfilter.nanocube_queries) to connect with a Nanocubes server (demo). The intent is that this library can be generalized to support any query engine.

http://att.github.io/xfilter/

Dependencies:

crossfilter2 : ^1.4.7
d3 : ^5.9.7
dc : ^3.1.0

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