react-d3-speedometer - React Speedometer component using d3.js

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react-d3-speedometer is a react component for showing speedometer like gauge using d3. react-d3-speedometer comes with a test suite using enzyme.

https://github.com/palerdot/react-d3-speedometer

Dependencies:

babel-runtime : ^6.11.6
d3 : ^4.10.0
prop-types : ^15.5.10

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