When it comes to waterfall charts and d3 you have very few options.
1) Your are on your own, which means you are free to draw it how ever you want (which is pretty much the coolness of d3)
2) You use this repo https://github.com/sattybhens/waterfall which will give you a horizontal chart. Has a mix of ruby and coffescript
3) You use this plugin that resembles to what most jQuery users or Highcharts users are used to which is a config object that generates a chart. https://github.com/climboid/d3Waterfall
Currently it only supports vertical waterfall charts. Feel free to use and contribute.
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Good day! Do you know if they make any plugins
to help with SEO? I’m trying to get my blog to rank for some targeted keywords but I’m not seeing very good
success. If you know of any please share. Appreciate it!
Currently I’m not aware of any plugins but I did see some one use phantomJS to precompile everything in the back end and then send that to the client. You might argue that this defeats the point but for the code sake you are still using angular to build the app, its just that you have to copile everything before and then send it to the client. Take look at this link http://www.yearofmoo.com/2012/11/angularjs-and-seo.html
Also take a look at this link, it looks simpler but there is a cost tied to it.
Feel free to use the waterfall chart template I created and let me know your feedbacks: