Tag: Data Journalism
How a newly founded newsroom is building community connections
AfroLA is making data-informed decisions to meet audiences where they are.
Where public history meets journalism
We can and should grant people agency in our stories.
Honoring the vulnerability of people’s stories when designing projects
A conversation with Ilia Blinderman, Senior Journalist-Engineer at The Pudding.
Providing context for data in journalism
One dataset we used for this work was the Missouri Healthnet Applications. Here are takeaways to assist you in making data points easier to understand for readers
Utilizing no-code tools for snappy data visualizations
How Infogram, Chartblocks and ChartExpo stack up.
The people behind the data points
Weihua Li of the Marshall Project balances the severity and humanity of incarceration through data.
Building interactive visual experiences from data
How we helped the Current analyze and visualize public salary data.
A database and text system created for resources during the pandemic
Public Input texting service allows readers to get in touch with journalists.
Maintaining digital projects in your newsroom
Create a Tableau dashboard that anyone can update with Google Sheets I had a busy summer working with and creating interactive digital tools for the Mankato Free Press. My work ranged from daily graphics to bigger long-term digital tools. I branched out from my comfort zone, using tools like Tableau and Flourish in ways I … Continued
Women in Journalism Workshop 2021
The Women in Journalism Workshop is an annual workshop that focuses on challenges, accomplishments and issues specific to women in the journalism industry today.