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‘Data porn’ – where is the journalism?

With a name like Chart Porn, you might get a few disappointed visitors to your website.  It describes itself as ‘An addictive collection of beautiful charts, graphs, maps, and interactive data visualization toys — on topics from around the world.‘ … Continue reading

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Does data journalism work for all media platforms?

When reading a blog post entitled ‘Where should an aspiring data journalist start?‘ I came across a very interesting conversation in the comments section. A journalist called Matt said: ‘A key issue for me is humanising the data – trying … Continue reading

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Data journalism explained and used in online videos

After trawling through YouTube, here are some good explanations/uses of data journalism in video format. 1.  It seems that data has become an art – take a look at this report on BBC Newsnight from August 2010. 2.  David McCandless‘ … Continue reading

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