A dynamic D3.js graph powered by Flask and SQL on EC2

I just posted a 4 part series on setting up a Flask app on EC2, filling out a database, and visualizing the data with D3.js. The original motivation for this project was to answer the question "What is the latest I can leave work while still having a 90% probability of making my intended BART train?" It grew into these posts, ultimately resulting in a static HTML page that gets data from a Flask app backed by SQL.

Four Part series on creating a D3.js graph powered by Flask and SQL
  1. Running a Flask app on AWS EC2
  2. Using Flask to answer SQL queries
  3. Getting csv data from requests to a SQL backed Flask app
  4. A D3.js plot powered by a SQL database

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