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This is my first draft to show the results above, but with d3.js and interactively.
I am combining two hacks: one for the dashboard and interaction between charts and the other as an effort to introduce a nice responsive behaviour for the chart.
Believe me when I say that combining two different codes could be challenging, particularly because d3.js was born before the focus on responsiveness was around. Additionally, understanding the value passing between functions when interactive programming is not intuitive at all...
The data is still incorrectly introduced but that is not going to pose a big challenge.
If anyone think can give me a hand improving the chart's responsive behaviour, particularly how to implement a responsive behaviour for the pie similar to that one I am implementing for the bar chart, that will be REALLY appreciated...
@evaristoc that's a good one! :+1: :+1: :+1:
On hover you can also show the full name of a podcast in a yellow box, because most people don't know all podcasts just by short names like DvTea
A couple of links: