This example appears on my blog on More fun data visualizations with the gooey effect
The SVG Gooey effect is created by applying an SVG filter to a group element in which the circles are created. In this version the colors do not blend nicely because I’ve placed the original sharp SVG shape back on top the blurred one.
By placing the original shape back on top we can assure that the eventual SVG elements are still the correct size
To see the same visual, but with the last step of the filter removed, so that the colors blend in nicely, please check out my other bl.ock: Gooey effect Rotating circles Blending colors
You can find the other examples from the blog here
Older examples with the Gooey effect
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