Panama Papers: Lessons from working on the biggest leak and collaboration in journalism history
You may have access to leaked files, but that doesn't necessarily mean you have a story
Mar Cabra, head of the data and research unit at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), anticipates more large-scale leaks to surface in the near future.
So how did the ICIJ tackle the Panama Papers investigation, and what are some key factors needed to make sense of data sets of this scale?
Journalism.co.uk caught up with Cabra to get some behind the scenes insights at the News Impact Summit in London on 12 May.
Read more about how to search the Offshore Leaks database here, and find out more about the technology the ICIJ used to power the collaboration here.
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