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@types/d3-interpolate

TypeScript definitions for d3-interpolate


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What is @types/d3-interpolate?

@types/d3-interpolate provides TypeScript definitions for the d3-interpolate module, which is part of the D3.js library. This module is used for interpolating between two values, which is useful for animations, transitions, and data visualizations.

What are @types/d3-interpolate's main functionalities?

Number Interpolation

This feature allows you to interpolate between two numbers. The example code demonstrates how to interpolate between 0 and 100, returning 50 when the interpolation factor is 0.5.

const d3 = require('d3-interpolate');
const interpolateNumber = d3.interpolateNumber(0, 100);
console.log(interpolateNumber(0.5)); // 50

Color Interpolation

This feature allows you to interpolate between two colors. The example code demonstrates how to interpolate between 'red' and 'blue', returning 'rgb(128, 0, 128)' when the interpolation factor is 0.5.

const d3 = require('d3-interpolate');
const interpolateColor = d3.interpolateRgb("red", "blue");
console.log(interpolateColor(0.5)); // rgb(128, 0, 128)

String Interpolation

This feature allows you to interpolate between two strings. The example code demonstrates how to interpolate between '0%' and '100%', returning '50%' when the interpolation factor is 0.5.

const d3 = require('d3-interpolate');
const interpolateString = d3.interpolateString("0%", "100%");
console.log(interpolateString(0.5)); // '50%'

Array Interpolation

This feature allows you to interpolate between two arrays. The example code demonstrates how to interpolate between [0, 1] and [10, 20], returning [5, 10.5] when the interpolation factor is 0.5.

const d3 = require('d3-interpolate');
const interpolateArray = d3.interpolateArray([0, 1], [10, 20]);
console.log(interpolateArray(0.5)); // [5, 10.5]

Object Interpolation

This feature allows you to interpolate between two objects. The example code demonstrates how to interpolate between {a: 0, b: 1} and {a: 10, b: 20}, returning {a: 5, b: 10.5} when the interpolation factor is 0.5.

const d3 = require('d3-interpolate');
const interpolateObject = d3.interpolateObject({a: 0, b: 1}, {a: 10, b: 20});
console.log(interpolateObject(0.5)); // {a: 5, b: 10.5}

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npm install --save @types/d3-interpolate

Summary

This package contains type definitions for d3-interpolate (https://github.com/d3/d3-interpolate/).

Details

Files were exported from https://github.com/DefinitelyTyped/DefinitelyTyped/tree/master/types/d3-interpolate.

Additional Details

  • Last updated: Tue, 07 Nov 2023 15:11:37 GMT
  • Dependencies: @types/d3-color

Credits

These definitions were written by Tom Wanzek, Alex Ford, Boris Yankov, denisname, and Nathan Bierema.

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Package last updated on 07 Nov 2023

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