2 thoughts on “Humanizing Data: Using Numbers AND People

  1. This is one of the most difficult tasks in investigative journalism. Even bigger problem when you are writing about similar crimes, facts of corruption committed by the same people. Stories on corruption in Azerbaijan challenged journalists trying to do a narrative of corruption investigation a lot. Would be great also to have presentation of best examples – fine narratives of data. Thank you!

  2. I think that when it comes to humanizing data, there just aren’t enough people with the required skills to analyze and interpret digital information – transforming it from raw numerical (or other) data into actionable insights. From this a challenge – or as some have put it, a crisis – has developed.

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