Tag Archives: data journalism

Indexing the Real World: The Enormous Potential of Hyperlocal Data

I found this interesting article this morning in Mashable.com. Short and sweet, I think it will help us, journalist, to understand how to use data in the near future in the newsroom or in any other project we’ll be working … Continue reading

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The world’s incredible march toward better health in the 20th century

A friend forwarded this BBC segment, which combines some truly amazing data visualization with a narrated stand-up.

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Protected: Jose Bayona – Data Visualization Project, latest version

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Watch the Growth of Walmart and Sam’s Club Across America | FlowingData

Walmart (blue) started slow in 1962 and then spread like wildfire in the southeast, starting in 1970, and then made its way towards the west coast. Sam’s Club starts to sprout up in the 1980s with bursts up to present. … Continue reading

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Fengshui For The Year Of The Rabbit

The year of the Rabbit started in February for most Asians. By nature, the rabbit is sweet and cuddly but not easy to catch. From Fengshui perspective, it means more momentum, more vibrancy but also more inconsistency. Your business may … Continue reading

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Protected: Alissa’s Data Viz: Updated

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Interactive site example – Jose Bayona

I have found this interactive page with a map at The Guardian: “Twitter Network of Arab and Middle East Protest” It’s worth to take a look since its design is simple and very intuitive for the visitor. At the upper … Continue reading

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Feedback on Data Journalism Projects

Monday evening folks – I’ve provided some additional feedback on your pitches within WordPress. This feedback system is new, so I’m not sure exactly how my comments will display for you. If you don’t see my comments in the “view” … Continue reading

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A computational journalism reading list. Excellent resource from Jonathan Stray, interactive technology editor at the Associated Press. This covers everything from data journalism to visualization to filtering and recommendation to measuring public knowledge. If you’re set up with an RSS … Continue reading

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