svipal's solution to "Proof of concept chart showing spelling (Sankey diagram?)"

Here is the fiddle : https://jsfiddle.net/fry0wg6t/3/ There's a lot that can be improved, especially the style, but I think this is a good start. Please forgive me for bad practices if you spot any, I'm not a frontend developer. The data is in the format you specified, and the only dependency is d3.. A few things : - You can just press enter twice instead of the buttons - Checking the spelling adds it to the list of the spelling variations
Here is the fiddle : :https://jsfiddle.net/fry0wg6tkcpLd97s/31/ There's a lot that can be improved, especially the style, but I think this is a good start. Please forgive me for bad practices if you spot any, I'm not a frontend developer. The data is in the format you specified, and the only dependency is d3. A few things : - You can just press enter twice instead of the buttons - Checking the spelling adds it to the list of the spelling variations spellings.
Here is the fiddle : : https://jsfiddle.net/kcpLd97saw5xrsu9/12/ There's a lot that can be improved, especially the style, but I think this is a good start. Please forgive me for bad practices if you spot any, I'm not a frontend developer. The data is in the format you specified, and the only dependency is d3. A few things : - You can just press enter twice instead of the buttons - Checking the spelling adds it to the list of the spellings.. - If you hover over the nodes once the spelling is checked, you will get a tooltip saying how many people spelled them that way, in total but also from those that spelled it up until that point. Edit : Fixed a bug when adding a word shorter than the correct word

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