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Data Journalism Heist - Paul Bradshaw

Data Journalism Heist: this short ebook introduces you quickly to key techniques in finding that data and turning it into stories

Paul Bradshaw’s Inverted Pyramid of Data Journalism:  1. Start with a relevant question   2. Find and clean the data you need to answer this question   3. Analyse the data. Look for:  outliers, differences andpatterns  4. Explain your findings  5. Tell your story

Paul Bradshaw’s Inverted Pyramid of Data Journalism: Start with a relevant question Find and clean the data you need to answer this question Analyse the data. Look for: outliers, differences andpatterns Explain your findings Tell your story

ScraperWiki

ScraperWiki

Internews Data Dredger

Internews Data Dredger

Hamas’s arsenal has evolved from homemade rockets with limited range to longer-range weapons that have reached beyond Tel Aviv from Gaza.

In Gaza, a Pattern of Conflict

Time Line: The Toll in Gaza and Israel, Day by Day by the New York times

Tokyo Sanpo – Florent Chavouet : beau et drôle !

Tokyo Sanpo – Florent Chavouet : beau et drôle !

Novembre, Philippe, Roman, Tokyo, Wordpress, Asia, Notebooks, Reading, Comic

DDJ trailer - Doing Journalism with Data - First Steps, Skills and Tools

Doing Journalism with Data: First Steps, Skills and Tools. A free online data journalism course with 5 leading experts.

Cultura de dados & jornalismo: a vez da subjetividade exata

Cultura de dados & jornalismo: a vez da subjetividade exata

Freelance infographic designer Lulu Pinney has kindly designed a wonderful poster which illustrates some of the topics covered in the Data Journalism Handbook, a free, open source reference book wh…

Is Organisation Design a Big Data problem?

The key challenge in Organisation Design isn’t big data; it’s People Data

A plump issue of the Sunday New York Times, a gray and rainy day, and perhaps one too many cups of coffee turned out to be the perfect combination of ingredients for a fast and fashionable recycling project. Pour yourself a cup of joe, finish the crossword puzzle, and get busy weaving.

The "Times" They Are A-Changing: How to Make a Basket from a Newspaper

A plump issue of the Sunday New York Times, a gray and rainy day, and perhaps one too many cups of coffee turned out to be the perfect combination of ingredients for a fast and fashionable recycling project.

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