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Hanpuku is an interface between d3.js and Adobe Illustrator, enabling a more flexible data visualization workflow. Data bindings no longer disappear when you edit a d3-generated graphic in Illustrator; those bindings now survive custom edits, and even get saved inside native .ai files.
On the flip side, your custom Illustrator edits will also survive properly-written d3.js scripts: now, when your data changes after you've done lots of hand-crafted awesomeness, you don't have to start over from scratch!
Another cool addition is that Illustrator and d3.js selections are merged; you can now set attributes for stuff you have selected in Illustrator like a normal d3.js selection. You can even filter the current Illustrator selection based on data, or perform complex selections right from the code!
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Updates Hanpuku to work with the latest version of Illustrator
Navigate to Windows -> Extensions to find hanpuku