Journalists and developers seem to speak different languages sometimes. Here's how to bridge the gap.
Data journalists, news organizations and others are creating a much-needed repository for data sets.
Chosen from more than 300 applications, the finalists represent the movers and shakers in data-driven journalism.
The free resource, authored by experts in using data for reporting, is now available in Spanish.
Census information in Argentina isn't just for demographers and bureaucrats any longer.
Data-Driven Documents is a powerful tool for creating complex visuals and interactive designs.
Muchiri Nyaggah, a developer with the Code4Kenya project, explains efforts to make open education data more accessible to the public.
A website that maps environmental threats to the Amazon region is now using interactive photo galleries, video mashups and a distribution widget to share stories.
Journalists, developers and designers from Mexico to Patagonia and Spain can share their knowledge in a new manual in Portuguese and Spanish.
The For Journalism project will "take journalists from novice to expert" in news app development.
International Center for Journalists, Washington, DC, USA
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