Worked with a colleague to pull data together and design this graphic yesterday for a tight-turn around.
Provides a list of some off-the-shelf tools that can be used to produce data visualisations for Data Journalism
Learn how to use open source software to do basic data scraping on the web. via stairstep
I think I’m in love with someone else.
Her name is infographics.
The Guardian’s Data Journalism workflow.
a beautiful arrested development viz, full of data.
it uses the datamovin, a soon-to-be-released html5 toolkit by carlo zapponi that i am excited to check out.
New Currency Borders via Fast Company:
“Theoretical physicist Dirk Brockmann used the dollar bill tracking site Where’s George to see how money moves, and create new state boundaries based on our economies. The darker the blue lines, the less likely it is a dollar bill will have crossed it.”
AMANDA HICKMAN teaches data visualization and interactive storytelling at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism and consults on data, journalism and community engagement projects. Amanda has spent more than a decade working at the intersection of journalism and civic engagement, reporting on…
Wind Map | Chinmay
Resources to create infographics.
10 famous painters’ lives, visualized as minimalist infographic biographies.
When I originally conceived this project, I was thinking about it in the context of an in-person course that would be graded by experience points. You start off at level F, and then have to get experience points to gain levels up to an A+. However, in the MOOC system, the entire course is “graded”…
10 Hours In Our Cat’s Day
What I Talk About When I Talk About News Applications: An Introduction
In this session, I’ll discuss news applications and the diversity of such. I’ll talk about how I perceive news applications, and the core of the session will be a discussion among participants about what they conceptualize as news applications, the future of software in journalism, and what we (journalists and developers) should be learning from each other.
Style points for the Raymond Carver reference.