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This is edition 59 of SVG Weekly, a selection of interesting links to SVG tutorials, tools, experiments and talks curated by Jachin Sheehy. I also keep an eye on the wider world of data visualisation, and share compelling visualisations or projects, even if these aren't directly related to SVG.

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Tutorials

Generating fantasy maps (with SVG)

Generating fantasy maps (with SVG)

Martin O'Leary shares the algorithm and Javascript code to generate plausible maps.

Practical SVG - Chapter 6 - Excerpt

Practical SVG - Chapter 6 - Excerpt

In this excerpt from his recently published book Practical SVG, Chris Coyier demonstrates how sizing SVG opens up new possibilities.

Visualization with React

Visualization with React

Jerome Cukier is writing up a 7-part series on how he uses the React Javascript library to build data visualisations in SVG (where previously he used D3). Lot's of [good code samples|http://codepen.io/collection/XdEpyp/].

Interview with Nikos Andronikos, chair of the SVG WG

Interview with Nikos Andronikos, chair of the SVG WG

Nikos Andronikos, who chairs the W3C's SVG Working Group (WG), talks about SVG and PDF.

How to use CSS and SVG clipping and masking techniques

How to use CSS and SVG clipping and masking techniques

Abbey Fitzgerald reviews the basics of clipping and masking.

Watch & Listen

SVG Immersion - Interview: Amelia Bellamy-Royds

SVG Immersion - Interview: Amelia Bellamy-Royds

Amelia Bellamy-Royds (SVG guru, developer, author, one of the editors of the SVG 2 specification, author) chats to Rob Levin about SVG 2 and beyond. (Podcast - 61 minutes)

Experiments

Coderado.co Denver Parallax Scrolling by Jeremy Hull

Coderado.co Denver Parallax Scrolling by Jeremy Hull

Olympic Rings (animated) by Steve Gardner

Olympic Rings (animated) by Steve Gardner

Olympic Volleyball by David Daily

Olympic Volleyball by David Daily

OAM by Ainsley Wagoner & Varun Vachhar

OAM by Ainsley Wagoner & Varun Vachhar

OAM is an experiment in mixing sound, colours, and geometries on the web. Source code.

Read the Specs

SVG 2 new features

SVG 2 new features

As the SVG 2 spec approaches W3C Recommendation status, the SVG Working Group has collated all the new features that have made it into SVG2 into a nice reference!

That's all for this week. Please send suggestions and links to curator@svgweekly.com or @SVGWeekly.
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