score:1

To answer your part 3,

  1. Is there a way to choose a certain column from the csv files to import?

No, you cannot load in part of a CSV. You can, however, load in the entire CSV file and selectively use one column from it. You can refer to data.newVer to utilize the newVer column data.

score:15

You could use a d3 queue to load the files simultaneously. An example;

d3.queue()
.defer(d3.csv, "file1.csv")
.defer(d3.csv, "file2.csv")
.await(function(error, file1, file2) {
    if (error) {
        console.error('Oh dear, something went wrong: ' + error);
    }
    else {
        doStuff(file1, file2);
    }
});

score:16

You simply call d3.csv several times:

d3.csv("csv1.csv", function(error1, data1) {
  d3.csv("csv2.csv", function(error2, data2) {
    // do something with the data
  });
});

As for your third question, no, D3 will parse everything. There's nothing forcing you to use all the data though, so if you're interested in only one column, just use the data from that.

score:34

In d3 version 5, you can use Promise.all to load multiple csv files. Example:

Promise.all([
    d3.csv("file1.csv"),
    d3.csv("file2.csv"),
]).then(function(files) {
    // files[0] will contain file1.csv
    // files[1] will contain file2.csv
}).catch(function(err) {
    // handle error here
})

More info about loading csv in d3 v5

More info about Promise.all()


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