Coversations with Data newsletter
In our latest Conversations with Data episode, we caught up with Sinduja Rangarajan, Bloomberg's investigative data reporter. She spoke to us about using data to find systemic inequalities on the immigration beat.
Abstract How we used data to reveal illegal business practices, sustained environmental damage and slave-like...
Written by Winny de Jong
Data journalism can go beyond hard news. Sabrina Faramarzi explains how journalists can inject data into their fashion, music, consumer, travel and other lifestyle stories.
Miriam Quick is a data journalist and researcher specialising in information visualisation. She finds facts and data and builds them into compelling stories.
Dr. Amelia McNamara is an assistant professor of statistics in the department of Computer & Information Sciences at the University of St Thomas, in Minnesota. Previously, she was a visiting assistant professor at Smith College, in Massachusetts. Alongside standard statistics classes, she teaches classes on data journalism, data visualization, and general data communication. She is an international keynote speaker and researcher at the intersection of statistics education and statistical computing, with the goal of making it easier for everyone to learn and do data science.