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Good technology and bad addiction

Technology is not bad. bad is the situation when we get addicted to it. Here, in this article I just wanted to touch the tip of the iceberg. 374 more words

General

Nate Silver Did Not Get the Election Wrong

71% is not 100%. Statistics is not magic. Stop trying to burn Nate Silver at the stake.

In the wake of the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, journalists left, right, and center lamented what they described as the failed predictions of election forecasters like… 1,932 more words

Unpicking The Algorithm

Just wanted to flag an Upshot story that ran in the New York Times the other day, looking into the algorithm that the Chicago Police Department uses to predict who is most likely to be involved in a shooting (whether as the shooter or as the victim.) 787 more words

Future Of News

Portrait of a participant: Ana Lutzky

Ana Lutzky (36) winner of the Datajournalism in 2015 for the project Fin des crédits à l’export pour le charbon is a French Argentine journalist who have written several articles about the inequality. 176 more words

Journalism

How I joined multiple Bootstrap themes with my official Wordpress site

I thought I should write down this without delay and share with my readers. These are bits and pieces of my experiences of writing my official website… 479 more words

PHP

What I learned on misleading data and visualizations at Alberto Cairo's #visualTrumpery event

Trumpery is not linked to a famous politician. It means something flashy or beautiful, but without content. This is how Doctor Alberto Cairo started his talk in Barcelona last Friday on data visualizations and the challenge of truthful information. 526 more words

Data Journalism

Podcast - Visual Journalism in the Age of Trump with Nikki Usher

What does Trump’s election mean for data and visual journalism?

Dr. Nikki Usher, Assistant Professor of Media and Public Affairs at The George Washington University, explored this topic as she discussed her new book, “Interactive Journalism: Hackers, Data, and Code,” at the University of Oregon on February 23 2017. 63 more words

Damian Radcliffe University Of Oregon