Published 2020-05-21T16:56:00Z by Physics Derivation Graph
There's a backlog of d3js tasks that are well defined: https://github.com/allofphysicsgraph/proofofconcept/issues?q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aopen+label%3Ad3js
I'm thinking about paying a developer (or multiple developers) to implement very specific features. I would provide a working example as a JSfiddle and then I would ask for a specific feature (like "prevent images from overlapping" or
"hyperlink images") with the solution being a modification to the JSfiddle with no dependencies other than d3js.
I quickly got a bid and awarded the $20 since the bidder provided a video showing they had a working solution. I inspected the result and it wasn't quite what I wanted -- they had hyperlinked the node circle rather than the node image. They made the change and I sent them the award.
Freelancer charged $3 for the transaction.
Balance: $123.06 - ($3.06 loading fee to freelancer) - ($20 to bidder) - ($3 fee to freelancer) = $97