Arts & Design
Data by itself, consisting of bits and bytes stored in a file on a computer hard drive, is invisible. In order to be able to see and make any sense of data, we need to visualize it. In this chapter I'm going to use a broader understanding of the term visualizing, that includes even pure textual representations of data.
Mapping Wikipedia is a collaboration between TraceMedia and the Oxford Internet Institute. The map is generated from an archive of all the geo-located
Datavis in documentary
Enhancing communication around the world through excellence in visual journalism.
Great journalism does not magically spring from spreadsheets. In this interview, Simon Rogers discusses the grunt work and tools behind The Guardian's data stories.
video by Data Journalism Blog
Nicola Hughes is the media partner manager at ScraperWiki.com. She also launched a blog called Data Miner UK a year ago. In this interview she talks about the crucial role of data scraping and gives some advice on data journalism... Do you agree with what she says? Let us know in the comment section and why not keeping the conversation going in our forum?
A project coordinated by the European Journalism Centre and the Open Knowledge Foundation, launched at the Mozilla Festival in London on 5 November 2011.
Journalists and experts in data gathered to create the first ever handbook to data journalism over a two-days challenge.
Report by Marianne Bouchart (The Data Journalism Blog)
A presentation given by Hjalmar Gislason, founder and CEO of DataMarket (see: http://datamarket.com/ ) at Strata Conference, New York 2011
(Hadley Wickham, author of ggplot2 and several other R packages, guest blogs today about forthcoming big-data improvements to his R graphics package -- ed.)
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