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5 things you are doing wrong with your data

The Internet is abuzz with talk of data these days, and everyone wants in. However, the complexities of data and how to work with...

Sociotope brings your online identity to life

While browsing data visualisations on Pinterest the other day, I came across an interesting-looking tool: Sociotope, a social media experiment which takes the data...

Billy Ehrenberg on data journalism’s future and the skills you need

Billy Ehrenberg, ex-Interhacktive and data journalist, has spent the last year working on new data-based projects with City A.M.'s expanding online team. I caught up with...

How to get started with D3

If you’re interested in dataviz, you’ve probably been hearing a whole bunch about D3. When you stumble across a really creative-looking visualisation, chances are...

6 sites that show why data is beta

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...

Pop Culture and Data: The Best Visualisations

Here are some of our favourite pop-culture data visualisations from the past year, to illustrate how versatile data visualisations can be.

Interview with Kiln’s Duncan Clark

Duncan Clark, founder of design studio Kiln, tells Aleksandra Wisniewska how they go about their projects

9 Design websites to bookmark if you love data

“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...

Two hours of Interhacktivity: #hackshangout

Our tutorial on data journalism will start at 6pm today (Monday 24th March) – click here for the link.   To see last week's tutorial on social media...

Interhacktives competition: be published in Ampp3d

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

Hans Rosling interview: ‘No visualisation beats the football league table’

Hans Rosling is co-founder of the Gapminder Foundation: a not-for-profit organisation which created the infographic software Trendalyzer. The software converts international statistics into moving,...

Andrew Hill interview: ‘data journalism can make the most honest, impactful...

Andrew Hill is a data scientist working at online data mapping service CartoDB. Patrick Scott interviewed him about his work.