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You want to iterate over the keys in data, use the key to look up the corresponding value in data, and operate on the values.

You want something like this:

d3.json("data/data2.json", function(error, data) {
    for (k in data) {
        var k_data = data[k];
        k_data.forEach(function(d) {                              
            d.date = parseDate(d[0].date);                          
            d.close = +d[0].close;                               
        });
    }
});

Also, it looks like forEach takes a function that has two arguments, key and value:

forEach: function(f) {
  for (var key in this) {
    if (key.charCodeAt(0) === d3_map_prefixCode) {
      f.call(this, key.substring(1), this[key]);
    }
  }
}

For example:

values: function() {
  var values = [];
  this.forEach(function(key, value) {
    values.push(value);
  });
  return values;
}

Later: AmeliaBR is correct about forEach: it is not available for use on objects/dictionaries.

var a = {"stock1": [1, 2, 3, 4], "stock2": [2, 3, 5, 7], "stock3": [1,2, 4,8]};
a.forEach(function(value, key){ console.log(value, key);});
/* TypeError: Object #<Object> has no method 'forEach' */

But this works:

a["stock1"].forEach(function(value, key){ console.log(value, key);});
1 0
2 1
3 2
4 3

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