The z-index property in d3.js is used to control the stacking order of elements. Elements with a higher z-index are placed on top of elements with a lower z-index. For example, the following code block sets the z-index for a circle element to 10:
d3.select("circle") .style("z-index", 10);
The output of the example code is that the circle element will now have a z-index of 10.
The code block consists of the following parts:
d3.select("circle")- This selects the circle element.
.style("z-index", 10)- This sets the z-index of the circle element to 10.
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