Coversations with Data newsletter
Winny de Jong, from the Dutch public broadcaster NOS, answers your questions about learning Python, hiring data journalists, and working at a broadcaster.
As computational methods become more prevalent in the newsroom, Jennifer A. Stark examines the standards and expectations for ensuring editorial transparency.
This Python for Journalists course is meant for those who dabbled in Python, but somehow didn't persevere; and for those who can't wait to dive in head first... Though no programming knowledge is required, it helps if you know what a terminal or command prompt is and if you are familiar with Excel.
Freelance Computational Social Scientist
Camille Borrett is a computational social scientist working for European Elections Stats
Moritz Laurer is a computational social scientist at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels.
Jacques Marcoux is an award-winning investigative reporter with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation specializing in data analysis. Previously he worked as a multi-platform reporter for the CBC's French network Radio-Canada, as a public relations officer in the agricultural industry and worked in competitive intelligence gathering in the financial industry.