d3-geomap - d3.geomap - a reusable geographic map for D3.js

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d3.geomap is designed to be a reusable geographic map for D3. In its current stage it consists of a class to create plain maps d3.geomap() and one for choropleth maps d3.geomap.choropleth(). Refer to the documentation on how to use d3.geomap and to download a bundle that contains minified versions of d3.geomap and its dependencies as well as TopoJSON files for creating world and individual country maps.

http://d3-geomap.github.io/
https://github.com/yaph/d3-geomap

Dependencies:

d3 : ^4.9.1
d3-geo-projection : ^2.1.2
topojson : ^3.0.0

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