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The first edition of Data Journalism UK discussed the current landscape of data journalism in the UK and what journalists can do to make data stories more engaging
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The newsrewired training day on 9 February takes a look at finding stories in data, what makes a video succeed, and how to build communities online
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Highlights from the Big Data: Dangers on Journalism's New Frontline panel at the 2016 Kurt Schork Awards
Research skills, collaboration and including a human element in the story are all essential when working on a data journalism investigation
Data skills matter, but guidance, collaboration and a genuine interest in the topic you're investigating are key
We are organising courses in data journalism, iPhone reporting, open data for journalists and creating a buzz on social media
Some tips on using Excel for journalistic research
Journalism academic Paul Bradshaw sets out principles for using data for journalism or for analysing audience data for commercial purposes
A data journalism visualisation tool as recommended by Simon Rogers of the Guardian's Datastore
The Knight News Challenge has entered its second phase and is now accepting applications concerned with the 'collecting, processing and visualising of data'
The creator of a data-driven fact-checking tool for the French presidential election says data journalists should welcome having their own work fact-checked by readers - and says 'trolls' who question your methodology can become an asset
Who? Simon Rogers Where? Simon Rogers is editor of the Guardian Datablog and Datastore. Hear him speak about open data in this week’s podcast. Twitter? @smfrogers Just as we like to supply you with fresh and innovative tips, we are recommending journalists to follow online too. Recommended journalists can be from any sector of the [...]
Any journalists reporting on the local elections may like to try out this interactive Google map tutorial for visualising council ward boundaries, on the Online Journalism Blog. The guide to creating a ward map was created by journalist Daniel Bentley. Tipster: Rachel McAthy If you have a tip you would like to submit to us [...]
A round-up of some of the discussion held at the first open data cities conference in Brighton
A Storify by Mindy McAdams featuring data journalism examples
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