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Future of Data Journalism

Why Data Journalism is Important

After studying Data Journalism for a year at City University I have come to appreciate the importance of having the skillset to make the most out of numbers and statistics. Many aspiring journalists still...

@pandaproject, a newsroom data app that provides a place to store, search and share data

  KNIGHT FOUNDATION BLOG   Brian Boyer, news applications editor at the Chicago Tribune, describes PANDA in a video by Jon Vidar. Earlier this month PANDA, which helps news organizations better use public information by creating...

Tool of the week for journalists – Playground, to monitor social media analytics

Tool of the week: Playground, by PeopleBrowsr. This post was first published on Journalism.co.uk What is it? A social analytics platform which contains over 1,000 days of tweets (all 70 billion of them), Facebook activity and blog...

Thoughts from the Global Investigative Journalism Conference

  OPEN SPENDING.ORG –  by Lucy Chambers This post is by Lucy Chambers, community coordinator at the Open Knowledge Foundation, and Friedrich Lindenberg, Developer on OpenSpending. They recently attended the Global Investigative Journalism Conference 2011 in Kyiv, Ukraine,...

Next Big Thing: New Tools for Digital Digging [VIDEO]

Nicola Hughes from ScraperWiki shared this video on Twitter recently and we thought it would be a shame not to share it with you too. Experts in data mining gathered at the Paley Center...

The Data Journalism Handbook: Teaching the World how to work with data [VIDEO]

This video is cross posted on DataDrivenJournalism.net, the Open Knowledge Foundation blog and on the Data Journalism Blog. The Data Journalism Handbook is a project coordinated by the European Journalism Centre and the Open Knowledge...

Hacks and hackers gather to write the first Data Journalism Handbook

By Federica Cocco This article is cross posted on DataDrivenJournalism.net, the Open Knowledge Foundation blog and on the Data Journalism Blog. Ravensbourne college is an ultramodern cubist design school which abuts the O2 arena...

The Data Journalism Handbook at #MozFest 2011 in London

The following post is from Jonathan Gray, Community Coordinator at the Open Knowledge Foundation. With the Mozilla Festival approaching fast, we’re getting really excited about getting stuck into drafting the Data Journalism Handbook, in a series of sessions run...

Scraperwiki now makes it easier to ask questions of data

OJB – By Paul Bradshaw I was very excited recently to read on the Scraperwiki mailing list that the website was working on making it possible to create an RSS feed from a SQL query....

Strata Summit 2011: Jodee Rich, “Move Over Nielsen: Rethinking TV Ratings”

Jodee Rich, founder and CEO of People Browsr gave an inspiring speech at the Strata Summit last week on how TV ratings systems such as Nielsen could soon be replaced by social media data...

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