Nicolas Kayser-Brill shares how the Journalism++ team made their nominated app Detective.io – where investigative journalists can structure their data.
A techie journalist and a journalistic techie made the interactive map In Flight for The Guardian, and got nominated for a Data Journalism Award.
Alejandro Sanabria shares the making of story of a Data Journalism Award nominated web app, “The deal is converting data into information and knowledge”
For those who couldn’t join and for those who don’t want it to be over: the highlights of the investigative journalism conference DataHarvest+ in 40 tweets.
Inspirational success stories by topclass data journalists from all through Europe, as presented at the annual DataHarvest+ conference.
Trying to mix journalism, technology and design? New York Times editor Tyson Evans explains why you should remix, go whimpsy and put your audience first.
Learn the 3 types of data collection Nicholas Felton uses to quantify every domain of his life to get the personal data needed for his annual reports.
Check your data before starting to work and setting deadlines. Wired journalist Guido Romeo: “Be paranoid when it comes to big datasets, but push on.”
Award winning journalist Steve Doig shares a mistake, so we don’t have to make it: why everyone working on a data project should examine everything.
Matt Stiles shares his data horror story, so we can learn from his mistake. Or, why you should never trust government data…