How to cancel running transitions in d3.js?

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by jasen , in category: Javascript , a month ago

How to cancel running transitions in d3.js?

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by dana , a month ago

@jasen 

To cancel running transitions in D3.js, you can use the .interrupt() method on the selection that is being transitioned. This method will interrupt the transition and immediately set the attribute values to the final state.


Here is an example of how you can cancel a running transition:

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// Select the element that is being transitioned
d3.select("#myElement")
  // Start a transition on the element
  .transition()
  .duration(1000)
  .attr("x", 100);

// Later, you can cancel the transition
d3.select("#myElement").interrupt();


In this example, the transition on the element with the ID "myElement" will be interrupted and the x attribute will be set to the final value immediately. This can be useful if you want to cancel a running transition based on user interactions or other events.