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Simon Rogers

A useful video for data journalism students

  A short post this time, but I just wanted to share a video that I have  found particularly useful with you. It’s from the BBC’s College of Journalism website, and is a recording...

VISUALISATION ANALYSIS #3

http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/interactive/2012/mar/26/office-for-national-statistics-health Simon Rogers has published a fantastic interactive graphic for the Guardian Datastore that maps teenage pregnancy rates in England and Wales from 1998 to 2010. The visualisation shows the conception rate of under-eighteen...

Visualisation Analysis #2

Simon Rogers has created a visualisation showing death penalty statistics, country by country, for the Guardian Data Blog. http://bit.ly/hdFOpa http://bit.ly/hflX1V The visualisation uses a bubble graph on a map of the world to depict...

99% v 1%: the data behind the Occupy movement – animation

  THE GUARDIAN’S DATABLOG – By Mariana Santos and Simon Rogers It has been the rallying cry of the Occupy movement for the past two months – but is the US really split 99% v 1%? As...

America’s poorest poor: the best and worst cities

  THE GUARDIAN’S DATA BLOG – By Simon Rogers New research shows big increases in the number of the super poor across America. Ian Taylor at Flying Binary has used Tableau to create the interactive below. Explore the data for the...

Nato operations in Libya: data journalism breaks down which country does what

THE GUARDIAN’S DATA BLOG – By Simon Rogers How many Nato attacks took place over Libya – and what did they hit? Here’s the most comprehensive analysis yet of who did what • Get the data...

Occupy protests around the world: full list visualised

THE GUARDIAN’S DATA BLOG – By Simon Rogers The Occupy protests have spread from Wall Street to London to Bogota. See the full list – and help us add more • Get the data   “951...

Data visualisation: in defence of bad graphics

THE GUARDIAN’S DATABLOG – By Simon Rogers Well, not really – but there is a backlash gathering steam against web data visualisations. Is it deserved? Most popular infographics by Alberto Antoniazzi.  Are most online data visualisations,...

Data-Driven Journalism At The Guardian [VIDEO]

O’REILLY STRATA SUMMIT Simon Rogers (Guardian) 1:55pm Tuesday, 09/20/2011 Talk Location: Westside Ballroom Data increasingly drives news reporting, and the Guardian has been at the front of this change. Simon Rogers, editor of the Guardian’s award-winning Datablog,...

The work of data journalism: Find, clean, analyze, create … repeat

O’REILLY RADAR – By Mac Slocum Data journalism has rounded an important corner: The discussion is no longer if it should be done, but rather how journalists can find and extract stories from datasets. Of...

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