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Blog 8: Digging the Data


Data is quickly becoming an essential tool for all journalists and indeed media professionals in general in today’s increasingly digitised world.

There are thousands of stories to be made from databases which are both in the public interest and interesting to the public. 533 more words

Language skills in Hong Kong: A problem on the rise

Bingyi Ni – Education Source Reporting, Data and Graph.
Qinglan Huang – Source Reports, Trade, Tourism’s Data and Graphs
Graham Wong–  Recruiters Source, Reporting; Language proficiency data and copy editing… 1,263 more words

Hong Kong

Data Visualization Design, Part 3: Chart Junk in Data Science

As data scientists one of the tasks we have is communicating what we’ve found during our data analysis to various types of audiences. Data visualization is how those findings are shared. 381 more words

Data Visualization

9: Data Visualisation Cases

Art Made of Storms

Nathalie Miebach takes weather data from major storms and generates it into intricate sculptures. These sculptures can be read and played through music instruments. 319 more words

Data Visualisation

Data. The Key to the Future

Thomas Birch digs deep to find the data and contemplates what the future holds.

“Metadata equals surveillance; it’s that simple.” –  Bruce Schneier – American cryptographer, computer security professional, privacy specialist and writer.

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