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Textures.js

Textures.js
Textures are useful for theselective perception of different categories View on Github Getting started -- from the top of d3.js -- var svg = d3.select("#example") .append("svg"); var t = textures.lines() .thicker(); svg.call(t); svg.append("circle") .style("fill", t.url()); Lines textures.lines(); textures.lines() .heavier(); textures.lines() .lighter(); textures.lines() .thicker(); textures.lines() .thinner(); textures.lines() .heavier(10) .thinner(1.5); textures.lines() .size(4) .strokeWidth(1); textures.lines() .size(8) .strokeWidth(2); textures.lines() .orientation("vertical") .strokeWidth(1) .shapeRendering("crispEdges"); textures.lines() .orientation("3/8") .stroke("darkorange"); textures.lines() .orientation("3/8", "7/8") .stroke("darkorange"); textures.lines() .orientation("vertical", "horizontal") .size(4) .strokeWidth(1) .shapeRendering("crispEdges") .stroke("darkorange"); textures.lines() .orientation("diagonal") .size(40) .strokeWidth(26) .stroke("darkorange") .background("firebrick"); Paths

http://riccardoscalco.github.io/textures/

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