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David Herzog 
Missouri School of Journalism and NICAR
 Getting and sharing 
 Cleaning 
 Analyzing 
 Visualizing and mapping
 Don’t have to buy/license your own software 
 No software to install (for the most part) 
 Web service hosts data 
 D...
 Give up control of data 
◦ Read the terms of service 
◦ Legal constraints 
 Downtime for web applications 
 Services g...
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
Web 2.0 tools for data journalists
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Web 2.0 tools for data journalists

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A selection of web tools and free software that you can use along every step in data journalism: finding, cleaning, analyzing and visualizing.

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  1. 1. David Herzog Missouri School of Journalism and NICAR
  2. 2.  Getting and sharing  Cleaning  Analyzing  Visualizing and mapping
  3. 3.  Don’t have to buy/license your own software  No software to install (for the most part)  Web service hosts data  Data accessible  Can share with the world
  4. 4.  Give up control of data ◦ Read the terms of service ◦ Legal constraints  Downtime for web applications  Services go out of business/lose traction ◦ Swivel ◦ Needlebase (June 1, 2012)  Poor documentation and user interfaces
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