react-d3-tree - :deciduous_tree: React component to create interactive D3 tree graphs

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React D3 Tree is a React component that lets you represent hierarchical data (e.g. ancestor trees, organisational structure, package dependencies) as an animated & interactive tree graph by leveraging D3's tree layout. The nodeSvgShape prop allows specifying any SVG shape primitive to describe how the tree's nodes should be shaped.


clone : ^2.1.1
d3 : 3.5.17
deep-equal : ^1.0.1
prop-types : ^15.5.10
react-transition-group : ^1.1.3
uuid : ^3.0.1



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