The fundamental theorem of arithmetic states that every integer greater than 1 is either prime itself or a product of prime numbers.

## Details

*Dances with Factors* is inspired by the creation of Stephen Von Worley, which in turn is based on the original idea by Brent Yorgey. Use the control widgets to explore prime factorization of various numbers! You might be interested to check out some cool numbers e.g. `243`

, `611`

, `700`

, `1024`

:)

This visualization helps us track the prime factors that compose a given number. We can easily identify primes when we arrive to a simple circle (i.e. a prime cannot be composed of smaller divisors). We can also identify common patterns of smaller prime
divisors e.g. `2`

, `3`

, `5`

## Implementation

An excellent implementation of prime factorization through SVG recursion is provided by Jason Davies. Instead of a recursive approach, I decided to handle the problem
through generating all relevant attributes of points i.e. `x`

, `y`

, and `r`

. This allows me to provide a data-driven solution to the problem and allow D3 to handle the transitions on new and old points.

More details on code implementation and a guide can be found in the Github project page or on datanaut.io