Twitter restores Politwoops’ access to its API. An agreement has been reached with Twitter that allows Open State Foundation to publish deleted tweets by politicians again via its tool Politwoops.
An unofficial and incomplete look at how major news outlets over the world reacted to the main events throughout the year 2015.
Jeffrey Roberts, director of the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition, helps journalists and citizens fight for open access to government records. Ironically the former Post journalist now is considered a “huge resource”, by the newspaper that had to let him go a couple years a go.
“In Data Vis, we should see aesthetics as a tool to increase understanding. In Data Art, we can see aesthetics as the purpose.” Lisa Charlotte Rost explores the differences between data art and data visualisation, and their optimums.
Do you listen to data podcasts already? If not, you should. Hit the ground running with this list of the best data podcasts out there covering either visualizations, data journalism or the work done by data journalists.
Over 800 journalists visited the Global investigative Journalism Conference (GIJC15) in Lillehammer, Norway. Story ideas, tools, techniques and best practices were shared. Journalist Morten Frich joined a session where the… Read More
At the Hacks/Hackers meetup of last monday, I presented data journalism 101 with my OneWorld colleague Adriana. In case you missed it, make sure you never miss a meetup again:… Read More
If an European body denies you access to information, you can file a complain at with the ombudsman. Here’s everything you need to know to make it happen.
During the European conference on investigative journalism, data journalist Adriana Homolova argues that there are scoops waiting to be discovered. You only need to look for them. Where? In public… Read More
Every now and than your FOIA requests asking for information gets denied. What do you do next? According to Fergal O’Regan, head of complaints and inquiries unit at the European… Read More