AOP Summit 2012: Cooking with data
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A brief presentation of easy tools and techniques to create simple charts and graphs, analyse large amounts of raw data and easily 'screenscrape" data.

A brief presentation of easy tools and techniques to create simple charts and graphs, analyse large amounts of raw data and easily 'screenscrape" data.

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  • Welcome to my data cooking show. We’re going to serve up a starter of simple charts and graphs, moving on to the main of a chunky bit of raw data and finish with a sweet melange of fatal plane crash data. Like a cooking show, occasionally I will show you most of the steps but to do this in 10 minutes, I might occasionally pull something out of the oven and say, here is one that I made before. I am leaving out two really important steps. Finding the data and tidying it up – cleaning it.
  • An example from Flight Global’sDEWLine blog.
  • Let’s start with a current example: The US elections.
  • This data is from Gallup. They run

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  • Cooking with data:Fast and easy data analysis and visualisationKevin Anderson12 October 2012
  • Photo by Clotee Allochuku
  • Fast, simple charts and graphs
  • Fast, simple charts and graphs
  • Gallup Election 2012 Trial Heat Source: Gallup
  • Analysing 4600 records in 90 seconds
  • Case study from Data Journalism Handbook
  • Analysing 4600 records in 90 seconds
  • Screenscraping for poets Photo by The Consumerist, Some Rights Reserved
  • National Transportation Safety Board
  • Import data from NTSB
  • Import HTML in Google Docs
  • Import the Table into an instant spreadsheet
  • Photo by Sean MacEnteeKevin AndersonEditor Knowledge Bridge and Digital StrategistMedia Development Loan FundKevin.anderson@mdlf.orgKnowledge Bridge – http://kbridge.orgTwitter: Work: mdlfbridge Me: kevglobal