Commit 5ca0f285 authored by Mike Bostock's avatar Mike Bostock
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......@@ -979,7 +979,7 @@ Likewise, in place of 3.x’s d3.time.weekOfYear, in 4.0 you would say:
d3.timeWeek.count(d3.timeYear(now), now); // 24
```
The new *interval*.count is of course more general. For example, you can use it to compute hour-of-week for a weekly heatmap:
The new *interval*.count is of course more general. For example, you can use it to compute hour-of-week for a heatmap:
```js
d3.timeHour.count(d3.timeWeek(now), now); // 64
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