This week's Conversations with Data newsletter features economist and data visualisation expert Jonathan Schwabish. He speaks to us about his latest book, "Better Data Visualizations: A guide for Scholars, Researchers, and Wonks".
In this week's newsletter, investigative data journalist Matthew Kauffman explains how data journalists can apply a solutions-oriented mindset to their reporting to show a path forward to solving society's most pressing problems.
Attending #NICAR21 next month? In our latest Conversations with Data newsletter, Denise Malan from IRE tells us all about what's on at this year’s virtual conference. She also shares her advice on how to get started in data journalism.
In this week's Conversations with Data newsletter, we caught up with Sam Dubberley from Amnesty International. He talks to us about the opportunities and challenges of using open source information for human rights advocacy work.
In this week's Conversations with Data newsletter, we caught up with Professor Heidi Larson, an anthropologist who is director of The Vaccine Confidence Project. She talks about vaccine hesitancy along with her new book, "Stuck".
In this week's Conversations with Data podcast, Micah Cohen, FiveThirtyEight's managing editor, talks to us about the uncertainty of opinion polling data in the upcoming US elections and why we might not know the winner on November 3.
We spoke with Professor Charlie Beckett, the founding director of Polis, the LSE's media think-tank. He talked to us about Polis' JournalismAI project and the findings from its global survey of journalism and artificial intelligence.
This week's podcast features a conversation with Professor Denise Lievesley from the University of Oxford. She discusses what data journalists can learn from statisticians and the parallels between the two professions.
In this week's Conversations with Data podcast, Buzzfeed's Craig Silverman spoke with Sam Gregory, Programme Director at WITNESS. They discussed synthetic media and the tools and techniques journalists need to detect fakery online.
In this week's Conversations with Data podcast, Buzzfeed's Craig Silverman spoke with Dr. Claire Wardle, executive director at First Draft about the tools and techniques journalists need to spot, monitor and debunk disinformation campaigns.
In this week's Conversations with Data, with data visualisation expert Amanda Makulec about how to create understandable charts, graphs, and maps that better explain complexity in the uncertain times of COVID-19.
The most-read piece on The Washington Post's website visualised how pandemics like COVID-19 spread and how social distancing can flatten the curve. We explore the impact of the simulations and how graphics reporter Harry Stevens did it.
We caught up with Craig Silverman, Buzzfeed's media editor and one of the world's experts in on online misinformation and content verification. He talked to us about the importance of verification and how he works with Buzzfeed's data team.
Behind every award-winning data visualisation, there's a team merging the best of design, code and journalism. But orchestrating this is no small feat. We examine the best advice on building and managing data teams.
We caught up with the Sigma Awards' co-chair Aron Pilhofer and competition manager Marianne Bouchart. The pair talked to us about how the new competition came to be, why it differs from the previous awards, and the backstory behind the name.
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