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What are the best data journalism resources in your country or language?

Calling data journalists worldwide: we need your help!

A recent IJNet post featured journalist and digital publishing consultant Phillip Smith's curation of more than 50 data journalism resources. The list includes guides, books, data repositories and presentations from all over the globe, as well as a hefty set of examples of data journalism in Latin America.

But now we want to hear from you. Help us add to this list. Where do you turn to build a visualization, find a data set for your story or to just learn more about the field?

We'll be wrapping up the call shortly, so submit your go-to link in the comments below or tweet at us with hashtag #globalddj, and it could be featured in our upcoming post.

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Data on Namibia

Bank of Namibia (www.bon.com.na); Namibia Statistics Agency (www.nsa.org.na); Institute for Policy Research Unit in Namibia (www.ippr.com.na)

Ukraine

http://texty.org.ua/

For India

I think its mostly http://datameet.org community, its email list and wiki.

Media Blinks

Media Blinks is reliable and authentic source on internet regarding data journalism, News approaches and analysis about media and Journalism. Media Blinks (www.mediablinks.com) is one platform for all media and journalism sources, opportunities, and analysis.

Zuhaib Ramzan Bhatti Lahore, Pakistan

Data on Pakistan

In Pakistan, most of the data regarding financial health of the country is available on the website of Central Bank, www.sbp.org.pk.Other websites where from a journalist can mine data for news reports include- www.pbs.gov.pk, www.finance.gov.pk. Business newspaper, www.brecorder.com is another source of information.

Muhammad Luqman, Lahore (Pakistan) @luqmansheikh

Data on Turkey

Hi, here is some sources on Turkey http://www.dagmedya.net/?s=Veri+Gazetecili%C4%9Fi http://www.verigazeteciligi.com/

best @pinardag

Data Source

In Nepal, there is no one-window from where you can get the entire data but you have to go to different sites depending up what you are looking for. For example, if you need data related to banking and financial market, you have to visit www.nrb.org.np. If you are looking for data of government finance, then you have to go to www.mof.gov.np and if you want trade related data, then visit www.tepc.gov.np. Submitted by Premkhanal@gmail.com

Data j tools for Kenya: DataDredger

The Internews in Kenya data portal, Data Dredger http://www.internewskenya.org/dataportal/ has visualizations for download, data derived narratives, source data - a toolkit enabling and popularizing data j in Kenya.

Ida Jooste Internews in Kenya

Data on Portugal

Hi,

Concerning Portugal:

-1. PorData (general statistics about Portugal and social indicators) - http://www.pordata.pt/en/Home

-2. Base (public contracts) - http://www.base.gov.pt/base2/en/

Keep up the good work. Joana Palminha (@jpalminha)

Data on Armenia

Hi, I put some data sources on Armenia in this article http://media.am/en/data-journalism.

Best,

Samvel Martirosyan

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