Doing Journalism with Data:

First Steps, Skills and Tools

A free online data journalism course with 5 leading experts.

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rssNews & Analysis

11/12/2017

Got an awesome conference idea? IRE wants to hear from you

Investigative Reporters & Editors has opened a call for session pitches and ideas for its 2018 conference.
 

6/12/2017

Too cool for school: Enter this year’s National Awards for Education Reporting

Journalists are encouraged to submit their best education-related data and investigative reporting stories.
 

rssResources

Data Driven Guides

Design expressive information graphics.
 

The Python Graph Gallery

Hundreds of python charts, displayed with their reproducible code snippets.
 

rssFeatured Projects

10/12/2017

That’s no moon: Data stories don’t always have to be downers

Data journalism can appear to revolve around bleak numbers. Mahima Singh shows that it isn’t always about ‘The Dark Side’.
 

4/12/2017

Carbon Doomsday: Tracking CO2 since 1958

In the absence of an authoritative and user-friendly CO2 emissions tracker, a global community of developers stepped in.
 

rssUpcoming Events

8/1/2018 - 12/1/2018

Digital Methods Winter School, Data Sprint and Mini-Conference (Amsterdam, the Netherlands)

The Digital Methods Initiative (DMI), Amsterdam, is holding its annual Winter School on the ‘Social Lives of Digital Methods’.
 

25/1/2018 - 26/1/2018

Advanced Analytics Forum (Berlin, Germany)

Improve your data driven decision making from a holistic perspective.
 

About the project

DataDrivenJournalism.net is a hub for news and resources from the community of journalists, editors, designers and developers who use data to support journalism. The website is part of an European Journalism Centre initiative dedicated to accelerating the diffusion and improving the quality of data journalism around the world. We also run the online course Doing Journalism with Data as well as the School of Data Journalism, and are behind the acclaimed Data Journalism Handbook.

This intiative receives partial funding from the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.

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