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31/8/2015

Don’t miss: Summary of AMA with Nathan Yau on Reddit

The creator of “Flowing Data” took the time to ask questions from users on Reddit, such as: What is the best way to start in data visualization?
 

14/8/2015

Code for Africa get’s 4,7 million grant to extend data-driven projects

Initiative plans to extend work to number of African countries - based on financial support from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
 

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Data-driven sports journalism: Tracking in-game player movements

This is notable: As big leagues install new tracking systems providing rich data for sports games, a new of scene-by-scene reporting will become more widely available. Here is a brief overview plus a link to a Python script to extract such data from the…
 

Mapping in the classroom

A white paper from Carto DB provides an overview on how to teach cartography in schools and universities - in disciplines where mapping would have been too complicated just a few years ago.
 

rssFeatured Projects

5/8/2015

The Counted: How many people got killed by police, when and where?

For some weeks already The Guardian has introduced a database and special webpage, called “The Counted”. It covers and specifically tracks the people…
 

26/7/2015

Creative maps, drawn by hand

Extending the creative options to visualize space
 

rssUpcoming Events

3/9/2015 - 3/9/2015

News Impact Summit

Topic:  “The Value of Digital Innovation & Quality Journalism. Attendance is free.
 

24/9/2015 - 26/9/2015

ONA 2015, Los Angeles

Conference covering digital reporting and storytelling in Los Angeles
 

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