While many journalists around the world report the daily infection rate and death toll of COVID-19, audiences are seeking other stories that show the impact of the virus on their lives. How can journalists tell those wider stories with data?
DataJournalism.com celebrates some of the most noteworthy covid-related data stories of 2020.
More than 85 journalists in 30 countries collaborated on the FinCEN Files investigation. It involved extracting data on more than $2 trillion dollars in transactions between 1999 and 2017 reported as suspicious to a US treasury department.
The more journalists know about polls, how they work and how to evaluate their quality, the closer they come to clarity and accuracy in reporting. We explore resources and advice from experts on how to cover polling data in the 2020 elections.
From The New York Times to the Associated Press and ProPublica, journalist Sherry Ricchiardi explores how journalists can tell stories about the impact COVID-19 is having on society's most marginalised groups.