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In building https://latest-with-plugins.datasette.io/github/issue_comments.Notebook?_labels=on I discovered the following patterns for importing data into both Pandas and Observable/d3:

import pandas
df = pandas.read_json(
  "https://latest-with-plugins.datasette.io/github/issue_comments.json?_shape=array"
)

And:

d3 = require("d3@5")
rows = d3.json(
    "https://latest-with-plugins.datasette.io/github/issue_comments.json?_shape=array"
)

Once again I find myself torn on the best possible default. A list of JSON objects is instantly compatible with both pandas.read_json() and d3.json() - but it leaves nowhere to put the extra information like pagination and suchlike!

Even given this I still think the correct default is an object with "rows", "total" and "next_url" keys. I should commit to that and implement it - this thought exercise has been running for far too long.

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