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Use D3 for calculations. Redux as a state manager. the datastream_designer module expose its components, reducers, and action type constants.


classnames : 2.2.5
d3-drag : 1.0.0
d3-interpolate : 1.1.2
d3-scale : 1.0.4
d3-selection : 1.0.3
d3-shape : 1.0.3
d3-zoom : 1.0.2
invariant : 2.2.2
lodash : ^4.17.5
prop-types : ^15.5.10
react-immutable-proptypes : 2.1.0



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