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    • DATA VISUALIZATION
      Time to tell a story with data, and make it much more visual.
    • What is the database?
      It helps to reduce information into small pieces and then allows users to relate those pieces back to each other in a dynamic and flexible way.
      Journalists acquire data in 4 primary ways:
      • Through observation
      • By importing from digital files stored on the Web, on CD-ROM or on other digital media
      • Via submissions from site visitors who fill out Web form (example: www.GasBuddy.com)
      • By using the unstructured text of a Web page or other digital documents
    • How to visualize a story?
      Databases-charts (pie, column, bar, line, etc.)
      Maps (Google Map, Map Builder, etc.)
      Graphics (photographs, illustrations)
      Sound clips
      Video clips, etc.
    • What questions are we trying to answer with data?
      How many/how much____________?
      Where are____________?
      Who are____________?
      When did____________?
      What is the biggest/smallest or the most/least ________?
      What is the average_________?
      What is the most/least common_________?
      What is the ranking of_________?
      In what order___________?
    • Common data visualization
      BAR CHART
      LINE CHART
      COLUMN CHART
    • Time to make your own data
      First thing first clarify your questions, what your are going to give in your data. It should be simple and clear for audience.
      Second, you should choose datasets to create a date. You can use Spreadsheet in Google doc and Microsoft’s Excel program.
      Let is suppose we should create a data of how many journalist students passed current semester exam in different universities.
      What kind of information should we include into the data?!
      University name:
      Test year, date:
      Total tested students:
      Test score:
      Percent of passed:
      Percent of failed:
    • Learning Google doc spreadsheet
    • Dynamic Charts and Graphs
      ManyEyes provides many different visualization options. It is available for public use. http://manyeyes.alphaworks.ibm.com
      New York Times is one of the biggest organizations that have used ManyEyes for data visualization.
      http:/vizlab.nytimes.com
      Let’s start to use ManyEyes:
      You should register.
    • Create your own map
      www.umapper.com
      www.map.google.com
      http://grubba.net
      http://mapalist.com
      http://www.zeemaps.com
    • Sources:
      “Blogs, Wikis, MySpace, and More” Terry Burrows
      “Journalism Next” Mark Briggs
      “The Digital Journalist’s Handbook” Mark S.Luckie
      “Producing Online News Digital Skills, Stronger Stories” Ryan M. Thornburg
      “Online Journalism” James C.Foust
      “Aim For The Heart” Al Tompkins
    • Thank you!
      Sabina Vagifgizi, co-founder and
      co-editor-in-chief of The Baku Post
      Mob: (055)819-51-87
      Email: reporter.sabina@gmail.com
      Twitter: @sabinuss
      Facebook: Sabina Vagifgizi
      Blog: http://sabinavaqif.wordpress.com
      Website: www.bakupost.org