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Covers what data journalism is, the different processes involved (finding, interrogating, visualising, mashing), and where it is going....

Covers what data journalism is, the different processes involved (finding, interrogating, visualising, mashing), and where it is going.
Presentation to the Digital Editors Network, Manchester, May 12 2010

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    Data Journalism - 2 Ws and a H Data Journalism - 2 Ws and a H Presentation Transcript

      • Paul Bradshaw
      • Reader in Online Journalism, School of Media, Birmingham City University, UK (mediacourses.com)
      • Publisher, Online Journalism Blog
      • Founder, HelpMeInvestigate.com
      Data - 2 Ws and a H
    • Data journalism: what?
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    • “ Each weekday, my computer program goes to the Chicago Police Department's website and gathers all crimes reported in Chicago.” Adrian Holovaty
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    • Data journalism: how?
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    • onlinejournalismblog.com/tags/data-journalism
    • Data journalism: where (next)?
    • More tools, data, networks #rubyinthepub, Scraperwiki Journalists 3.0?
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    • Links: delicious.com/paulb/dendatameet
      • twitter.com/paulbradshaw
      • OnlineJournalismBlog.com
      • HelpMeInvestigate.com
      • MediaCourses.com
      So long, and thanks for all the fish.