visual-vocabulary

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Small examples of data driven graphics -- to be used as starting points.

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Visual Vocabulary

Small examples of data driven graphics -- to be used as starting points for static graphics to be further refined through Illustrator. Viewable here

Getting started

For ease of use we suggest you use

srvlr
to help you see your changes reflected immediately in your browser.

If you have srvlr installed using it is as simple as opening terminal, navigating to the location of you project and typing

srvlr

Setting up a Mac for editing the examples

  • Install Node.js from here https://nodejs.org
  • Open up Terminal app
  • Install srvlr
    npm install -g srvlr
    (if you see errors you may need to try
    sudo npm install -g srvlr
    which will then prompt you for your password)
  • Make sure Git is installed, type
    git
    into the command line. If it's not installed your Mac should take over and install it for you.

Getting a local copy of the examples

i.e. copying them to your computer. either : Download them from here or in the terminal window type

git clone https://github.com/ft-interactive/graphics-examples.git TARGET-LOCATION

replacing

TARGET-LOCATION
with the name of the folder you wish to put the examples in.

Getting you graphic off the page and into illustrator

Use the SVG Crowbar bookmarklet which is available here

Licence

This software is published by the Financial Times under the MIT licence.

Please note the MIT licence only covers the software, and does not cover any FT content or branding incorporated into the software or made available using the software. FT content is copyright © The Financial Times Limited, and FT and 'Financial Times' are trademarks of The Financial Times Limited, all rights reserved. For more information about republishing FT content, please contact our republishing department.

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