ICFJ Knight Fellow Ray Joseph lists three steps to reverse-engineer the typical data journalism training.
So you’ve taken your first data journalism class and now see the possibilities for using data to enhance your storytelling. What’s next? Here are four ways you can keep the momentum going.
An Argentine open-source site uses a timeline visualization to track the complete career of more than 2,400 local politicians, including all current presidential candidates.
Mian recaps a recent data journalism bootcamp in Karachi, Pakistan, where major media organizations are just starting to embrace digital as a major dissemination source.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Chris Guess writes about a key obstacle holding back innovation in journalism and how the industry's mentality has to change.
Kuang Keng Kuek Ser, a recent fellow at Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism, explains how journalists in small newsrooms can still create exceptional data journalism.
IJNet chatted with the founder of the customized training package, aimed toward newsrooms around the world with a lack of resources.
New to data journalism? Temple University data journalism professor Meredith Broussard explains the basics behind the numbers and equations.
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