This filterable gallery of examples for D3.js is an alternative to the official wiki gallery. Filtering makes it easier to search by author, visualization type and so on. You can also share the url to a filtered result gallery. For example, when asked about bar charts on Google groups or StackOverflow, just share this url: http://biovisualize.github.com/d3visualization/#visualizationType=bar chart
This gallery is using a Google Spreadsheet for storing data. It makes it easier to implement new ideas (RSS feed for new entries, visualizing some stats about it, etc.). You can fork this gallery or load the data directly from the spreadsheet.
You can share your work on the official gallery and a group of maintainers will cherrypick them here. You can also add it yourself to the spreadsheet, though it will sometimes be closed for maintenance.
We really need help tagging the entries, adding screenshots, crediting the correct authors, removing duplicates, etc.
D3.js is the work of Mike Bostock and a group of dedicated geniuses.
Every entry in this gallery is copyrighted by its author. If you want your work to be removed, a special copyright mention to be added or credit information changed, just file a request and we will answer your request promptly, as we strongly feel open-source is about respect for the creators.