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27/5/2017

69 Ways data journalism was outstanding in 2017

GEN has just released a shortlist of nominations for the 2017 Data Journalism Awards, to be announced this June.
 

25/5/2017

The seven deadly sins of statistical misinterpretation, and how to avoid them

Statistics is a useful tool for understanding the patterns in the world around us. But our intuition often lets us down.
 

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A free directory of open access scholarship and data in media studies.
 

rssFeatured Projects

10/5/2017

The Generals of Gold: A data-driven investigation of the Egyptian Army’s influence

Noonpost team members explain how they used Linkurious to conduct a large-scale investigation into Egypt’s corruption networks.
 

2/3/2017

Europeana Transcribe: Crowdsourcing WWI data from handwritten text

With so much historical material available from WWI, this project is calling upon the crowd to help turn these into digital data troves.
 

rssUpcoming Events

20/6/2017 - 23/6/2017

Open Source Bridge (Portland, USA)

The conference for open source citizens.
 

21/6/2017 - 23/6/2017

GEN Summit 2017 (Vienna, Austria)

The GEN Summit 2017 will gather over 750 editors-in-chief and media innovators from over 70 countries in Vienna, Austria.
 

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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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