This is part of a journey to learn to visualise what a water conscious city looks like, to help everyday people to thrive in water scarce environments. This is the goal of the AquaSavvy campaign and underscores my academic work at the Future Water Institute.
So far I’m learning how to work with RHINO and GRASSHOPPER. Baby steps. 🙂
Continue reading “A foray into Geodesign”
YAAASSS!!! What? No, it just worked! Nooooooo
Using the Raw HTML plugin, and the raw/raw tags, I put in my html code for my sankey flow diagram. In preview, it worked! But once I published it, it didn’t. The good news is that I know the code works. The bad news is it looks like either wordpress or this plugin is buggy – and its page warns about this. So I went to have a cuppa tea (in lieu of a frustrated cry), and now I’m going to try other raw html plugins.
Continue reading “Raw html in worldpress for d3.”
After getting stuck on getting a squishy collision, I decided to go back to basics by following step by step this blog. Continue reading “the hello world of d3”
Earlier I succeeded, finally, in making a donut. Before I trust my own data, I’m adamant to make something pretty – the first tut’s example (thanks Mike Bostock!), to be precise. This has to do with figuring out the deal with commas. Continue reading “Today a donut, tomorrow the world! Another adventure in D3”