Data Set

Data Set

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Alberto Cairo thinks you can solve almost all your problems with data journalism in two steps. “Journalists,” he tells me, “in my opinion, tend to...

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Starting a podcast can be a daunting prospect, but if 'Data Day' can teach you anything, it's that the barrier for entry is incredibly...

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Despite numerous technological innovations — from 360-degree video to social media live-streaming to robot journalists — the trusty old email seems to be increasing...

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In this week's Data Day, Luke Barratt is joined by Matteo Moschella to discuss the use of data in sport journalism. Data is omnipresent in...

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On this week's 'Data Day', Ayushman Basu and Luke Barratt discuss the opening of a survey for journalists by the Government Statistical Survey. The...

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This is Interhacktives’ latest attempt to persuade you that data journalism can be relatable and human, and this time we’ve teamed up with a...

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Correction: In the podcast, we refer to the organisation running the Data Journalism Awards (GEN) as the General Editors' Network. It is in fact...

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Did Pope Francis endorse Donald Trump? Did Hillary Clinton sell weapons to Isis? If you don't know the answers to these questions, you may...

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Journalists aren’t used to taking advice from tech companies. Indeed, the row between Facebook and the journalism industry has intensified over the last two...

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It was over donuts and sushi that Interhacktives found out more about corporate networks and how to access company data. Last Wednesday, a pack of 13 of...

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We go behind data scraped from the front page of Reddit - what does it tell us about the online super-community?

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A quick and hopefully not too depressing look at the disparity between life expectancy and healthy life expectancy in the EU.

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Interhacktives sat down with Simon Rogers, a veritable giant of data journalism who founded the Guardian's Datablog before moving over to Twitter to manage the site's vast quantities of data.

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We spoke with Carl Bialik, a writer for Nate Silver‘s new website FiveThirtyEight, and formerly The Numbers Guy for WSJ.
Data Coverage of the Budget 2014 - Telegraph Chart

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The 2014 Budget saw some great data coverage, but it showed that one of data journalism's biggest challenges lies in working well on mobile devices.

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Piktochart is a website that allows you to create infographics in an easy way. With its simple and clear style, it’s perfect for small...

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Ampp3d's Martin Belam tells us what makes a winning data visualisation. What Ampp3d’s about There have been a couple of things at the heart of what we...

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Nassos Stylianou introduces you to the various tools used for extracting data from PDFs, and weighs up their pros and cons...

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Want to get paid for a data journalism story. Enter our competition and you could be featured on Ampp3d...

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Nicolas Belmonte tells Interhacktives what being a Data Scientist at Twitter involves, and what advice he would give to aspiring data journalists. When Barack Obama...