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There Has Been No Global Warming For Past 18 Years

Today is an inconvenient anniversary for greenies: as of 1 October there have been 18 years with no global warming. Weather satellite data collected by the Earth System Science Centre at the University of Alabama shows the earth’s temperature has… 131 more words


Journalist datastores: where can you find them? A list

Where do journalists post their data? It’s a pretty core tenet of open journalism that you share your sources; i.e. , you write a story about data then you make numbers available to download. 666 more words

Data Journalism

Interview: "Dataviz is no-bullshit journalism"

Can dataviz become as popular as cute cat videos? Leon Markowitz, one of the founders of WikiBrains and visualization aggregation and curation resource dadaviz… 772 more words

Data Journalism

Why OkCupid Users Don't Mind Being Lab Rats: Christian Rudder on His New Book 'Dataclysm'

OkCupid co-founder and president Christian Rudder is a man of many talents. He may be best known as the “voice” of the site, with his entertaining and witty writing on the OkTrends blog, where he parses all sorts of user data to come up with some fascinating insights into our universally weird human nature. 1,546 more words


Imagining the Future

It’s hard to make predictions, especially about the future – attributed to various people

How fast is the world changing – and how fast are we adapting to it? 992 more words

Future Of News

Data Journalism - not just for media types

Yesterday evening, (23rd September 2014), on a wet and trafficky night in Manchester, I went to an Open Data Manchester meetup at The Shed – Manchester Metropolitan University’s Digital Innovation Lab. 779 more words


Ebola in charts: data journalism and the outbreak

It’s a crisis unparalleled in modern times: the biggest outbreak of Ebola ever recorded. So, what do we know about it?

Data journalism is about taking the key data, breaking it down and making it accessible. 711 more words

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