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The Guardian’s Data Blog

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...

Visualisation Analysis #1

Following on from my earlier post exploring different ways to present data, I have decided to analyse two examples of visualisations from the Guardian Data Store. http://bit.ly/HsqsLf The first is a map of UK fuel...

How to find Data

This post is for people who are new to data sourcing, or interested in Data Journalism but unsure of where to begin. First, it is useful to start with an idea, question or hypothesis....

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...

6 Data Journalism Blogs To Bookmark, Part 1

  Editor’s note: We are not publishing this article about data journalism blogs to bookmark just because the DJB is one of them. Alright, partly because of that but also because we think the...

Groundbreaking data tracks carbon emissions back to their source

THE GUARDIAN’S ENVIRONMENT BLOG – By Duncan Clark A new scientific paper allows us to see which countries extracted the fossil fuels burned to support lifestyles in other countries   Which of the following accounts...

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