I recently wrote a piece for the Harvard Business Review arguing that data journalists should be more critical and creative in the way they source the data they use for their reportage. You can read the full post here.
Tag Archives: data journalism
What Data Journalists Can Learn From New Media Research
Earlier this month I wrote an article for the London School of Economics Impact of Social Sciences blog about how journalists can use the web and social media as a source of data about the state of issues, debates and information flows in different societies. You can read the full post here.
List of Academic Papers about Data Journalism and Computational Journalism
In parallel to my work at the European Journalism Centre, for the past couple of years I have been working on and off on a research project that examines sourcing and knowledge production practices in data journalism and how these might be challenging traditional journalism epistemologies. I gave a talk at Stanford University last year about […]
Sourcing Practices in Data Journalism – Slides from My Talk at Stanford
Earlier this year I gave a talk on data journalism at a conference at Stanford University that focused on the right to information and transparency in the digital age. The talk focused on sourcing practices in data journalism and was based on a research project that I am currently working on. The project examines sourcing […]
Interview on O’Reilly Radar about the growing importance of data journalism
In January 2012 I was interviewed by Alex Howard, O’Reilly Media’s Government 2.0 correspondent, about the state of data journalism. The interview was published on 14 February on O’Reilly Radar.