Jornalismo de Dados

By Sérgio Lüdtke | Artigos sobre Jornalismo de Dados, infografia, visualização e Big Data

10 principles for data journalism in its second decade

<i>This was</i> <i>first published on the Online Journalism Blog</i>.<p>In 2007 <b>Bill Kovach</b> and <b>Tom Rosenstiel</b> published The Elements of Journalism. With the concept of …

Journalism

Computational thinking and the next wave of data journalism

<i>This was</i> <i>first published on the Online Journalism Blog</i><i>.</i><p><i>In this second extract from a forthcoming book chapter I look at the role that computational</i> …

Computer Science

Catalog of visualization types to find the one that fits your dataset

There are a lot of visualization methods to choose from, and it can be daunting finding the right visual for your data, especially for those just …

Data Visualization

18 data sources for investigative journalists

Government websites can be a starting point for many journalists investigating issues in the public interest, such as local planning and development, …

Big Data

Data Journalism’s Top Ten

What’s the global data journalism community tweeting about this week? Our NodeXL #ddj mapping from August 7 to 13 has @UpshotNYT plotting <i>Game of</i> …

Infographics

Disturbing Data Visualization Shows Just How Many People Would Die in a Nuclear War

Data visualization artist Neil Halloran has a knack for turning incomprehensibly large and complex data sets into content that’s both coherent and …

The next wave of data journalism?

<i>In the first of three expanded extracts from a forthcoming book chapter on ‘The next wave of data journalism’ I outline some of the ways that data</i> …

A data driven future

Data is referred to as the oil or even the soil of the 21st century. Either analogy is apt as they both illustrate the importance of data and how it …

How can we stop algorithms telling lies?

Algorithms can dictate whether you get a mortgage or how much you pay for insurance. But sometimes they’re wrong – and sometimes they are designed to deceive<p>Lots of algorithms go bad unintentionally. Some of them, however, are made to be criminal. Algorithms are formal rules, usually written in …

Intelligence

What Educators Should Understand About Code and Journalism

<i>This article was originally published on Medium.</i>When The Washington Post’s Ray Daly gave a talk about “JavaScript journalism” at JSConf back in May …

Programming

Cheat Sheets for AI, Neural Networks, Machine Learning, Deep Learning & Big Data

The Most Complete List of Best AI Cheat Sheets<p>Over the past few months, I have been collecting AI cheat sheets. From time to time I share them with …

Data journalism on radio, audio and podcasts

In a previous post I talked about how data journalism stories are told in different ways on TV and in online video. I promised I’d do the same for …

Mapping data, visualizing geospatial information

2016 tip sheet providing a broad overview of key tools, terminology and applications that can help journalists map data and tell stories that have …

Geospatial Analysis

Data journalism in broadcast news and video: 27 examples to inspire and educate

This network diagram comes from a Channel 4 News story<p>The best-known examples of data journalism tend to be based around text and visuals — but it’s …

How Analytics Has Changed in the Last 10 Years (and How It’s Stayed the Same)

Ten years ago, Jeanne Harris and I published the book <i>Competing on Analytics</i>, and we’ve just finished updating it for publication in September. One major reason for the update is that analytical technology has changed dramatically over the last decade; the sections we wrote on those topics have …

Big Data

Data Journalism Awards 2017

Over the past six years, the Global Editors Network has organised the Data Journalism Awards competition to celebrate and credit outstanding work in …

Using data to change the conversation about race in America

<i>Note: This post references sensitive subject matter pertaining to lynching in America.</i> Growing up, Shirah Dedman always hated family tree projects. …

Race & Ethnicity

Mundo Deportivo el diario deportivo Online

Hoy en MD<p>Nadal - Rublev<br>• Vuelta a España<br>• Garbiñe Muguruza<br>• Cristiano Ronaldo<br>• Horario Nadal<br>• Murray<br>• Aleña Renovado<br>• FC Barcelona<br>• Real Madrid<br>• Eurobasket …

50 years of U.S. mass shootings: The victims, sites, killers and weapons - Washington Post

“Mass Murder in the United States: A History.”<p>141 incidents from 1965 through Oct. 1, 2015<p>At least four people killed in a public place, not including the shooter. The shooter is not included in the total, even if they were killed or injured. Excludes incidents involving other criminal activity.

United States

10,000 New Yorkers. 2 Decades. A Data Trove About ‘Everything.’

Your phone, in all likelihood, knows more about you than your doctor. Your credit card company knows your likes and dislikes better than your closest friend. Google knows your thoughts, and even completes your sentences. Your telephone service provider knows where you are at all times. Facebook, …

Big Data

The State of Big Data

A 2016 Veritas Global Databerg Survey revealed 52% of all information currently stored and processed by organizations around the world is considered …

Big Data

The Future of Analytics: Collaboration, Deep Learning, and Telling the Story

Dr. Athanasios (Thanos) Gentimis, Assistant Professor of Math and Analytics at Florida Polytechnic University sees the future of analytics as a team …

Deep Learning

How data analytics will help us understand chatbots

Bots can augment human interaction, create greater business efficiencies, and remove friction from customer interactions.<p>It’s also a market that’s attracting impressive investment dollars, with 180 bot companies raising $24 billion in funding to date. Industry leaders from IBM to Facebook are …

Big Data

How Your Data is Stored, or, The Laws of the Imaginary Greeks

Such a system of writing laws has the benefit of speed and simplicity: anyone can still write a law at any time, without consulting with anyone else. …

Isn'T

How Not To Be Wrong

Noted: Sketchnote of Gebeloff’s talk by Phil Ninh.At the intersection of data and journalism, lots can go wrong. Merely taking precautions might not …

Journalism

Q&A: Quartz’s David Yanofsky on coding as a journalist

The journalist who writes code is one of the least understood roles in the news business. Even the job titles are mysterious, and vary from newsroom …

Journalism

The Panama Papers and MDM

A keynote at the Master Data Management Summit Europe 2017 was presented by Mar Cabra, Editor, Data & Research Unit, International Consortium of …

Panama Papers

Data videos

It may be because I'm getting older, but in the past few years I've grown a tiny bit less fond of intricate interactive graphics, and a tiny bit more …

Stephen Fry

Visual Analysis: Round One of The French Election

Originally Published on: Tableau Public<p>Jonathan Trajkovic tells the story of a country divided in this viz about the French Election.<p>Use this viz to …