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- What are you trying to achieve? What is your goal?
- What other solutions have you tried?
- What behavior are you currently seeing?
- Is the current behavior not what you expect?
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We’d love for you to join the community! Here are some ways to participate:
Share your work on Observable. Working in public is a great way to help others learn and be inspired. Don’t worry if your code is messy or unfinished; sharing drafts normalizes the challenges that everyone experiences doing data visualization.
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