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The Money Race: NY Students and Their Support for the Democratic Candidates

Much has been said about the tremendous support Bernie Sanders has among young people. Take the New York primary: While Sanders lost by 16% in total, he received 65% of the young vote (the 18 to 29-year olds), according to… 61 more words

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How infographics are used to explain the crash of EgyptAir Flight 804

The tragic air crash of EgyptAir Flight 804 at around Paris/ Cairo time 2:29 a.m.19 May has drawn huge global media attention. Knowing that journalists are fighting time in breaking news reporting, it is still quite amazing to see that the first few infographics illustrating the incident were published with in, according to individual news post update, … 300 more words

Studying Journalism? Don't Need Maths! - WRONG!

Karl Stefanovic might have jokingly said on breakfast television that journalists don’t need maths. well he’d be wrong in today’s contemporary media landscape especially with the rise of data journalism. 237 more words

Data journalism: tug-of-war between stories, data and programming

Open data was seen for journalists and editors as a solution to rescue an industry in decline, says research by Jonathan Stoneman. Suddenly, there was an access to all sources of information and the need to hire people with different backgrounds to crunch this data. 1,194 more words

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We love data, only when it’s readable

Big data, open data, mega data. We now literally have more data than we can process.It’s a great news for data journalists as they’re now shopping in a bigger mall. 301 more words

AUDIO: "The best data journalism combines traditional reporting with data work" says Simon Rogers

Last month I had the opportunity to hear professionals around the world talking about data and investigative journalism at the NODA and Tutki!2016 conference in Helsinki. 349 more words

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Data Confusion- Why Data Journalism is more Important than ever before

Data is everywhere we look. Digital technologies mean that as consumers we are bombarded with data every single day. Everyone is using data to convince us of their point of view and as a society we are being presented with more data  than ever before. 265 more words