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Data journalism is gaining importance in our day and age. Increasingly, readers look to data journalists for statistics and facts to find the ‘truth’ of a story. Data journalism uses numerical values to tell a story and represents these values...
All eyes were on the United States two short weeks ago when it elected its next president. Many digital publishers used the opportunity to explore some creative new ways to cover the event as election and polling results rolled in...
New to data journalism and keen to learn but unsure about the kind of stories you could uncover with numbers? Well worry not because the Interhacktives have collected the examples of experts in action so you don't have to. Here's a roundup...
Here are some of our favourite pop-culture data visualisations from the past year, to illustrate how versatile data visualisations can be.
“If data journalism is about anything, it’s the flexibility to search for new ways of storytelling.” Simon Rogers, Facts are Sacred. There are a lot of people out there trying to visually explain information they have obtained through data. They are using...
From EU cookie law to Buzzfeed UK, Nassos Stylianou brings you the top stories of 2013 to come out of Interhacktives HQ.
Exploring and experimenting with three tools, their pros and their cons.
Being a student puts you in touch with new resources, but it also makes you wonder how people in real newsrooms are actually using tools to reach out to readers. So I asked some of my former colleagues what...
Abby Young-Powell Kate Day, The Telegraph’s Social Media and Engagement Editor, gives three good reasons why Journalists should make the most of sites like Twitter (this one’s for all the sceptics out there)... 1. Employers judge us on our online presence Impressing...
Abby Young-Powell ACCOUNTABILITY – We will correct mistakes and amend them transparently. We will verify sources and link to them where appropriate. TONE/STYLE –We will always write clearly, but will be open to different styles and voices. We will write names...