GIJN’s Data Journalism Top 10: New Tools for Chartmaking and Sonification, 3D Data, Hedgehog Maps, Editable Spreadsheet Images

What’s the global data journalism community tweeting about this week? Our NodeXL #ddj mapping from March 4 to 10 finds several interesting tools and feature releases: @FinancialTimes’ chartmaking tool, @datavized’s data sonification tool and a new feature on @Microsoft’s Excel app that converts printed tables into editable spreadsheets, as well as @alice_corona’s discussion of building 3D data experiences, and @alyssafowers coining the term “hedgehog maps.”

GIJN’s Data Journalism Top 10: Lying Charts, Flu Tracker, Soaring Alcohol Costs, Taxing Football

What’s the global data journalism community tweeting about this week? Our NodeXL #ddj mapping from February 25 to March 3 finds a @nytimes profile of its much admired data editor @amandacox; a flu tracker by @morgenpost; and a double dose of skepticism in @amandabee’s roundup of bad data interpretations and @albertocairo’s “How Charts Lie” book.

GIJN’s Data Journalism Top 10: FT’s Chart Quiz, 65 Years of Human Rights Data, Build a Brexit Voter

What’s the global data journalism community tweeting about this week? Our NodeXL #ddj mapping from February 18 to 24 finds a fun @FinancialTimes quiz that tests your ability to read charts, the creation of a @DataVizSociety to foster engagement in the data visualization community and data viz designer @fedfragapane’s analysis of Human Rights Protection data from 1950 to 2014.

Un adelanto de la 11.º Conferencia Global de Periodismo de Investigación

La Conferencia Global de Periodismo de Investigación (GIJC, por su sigla en inglés) es el encuentro internacional más grande de periodistas de investigación y de datos. Conocida como la “exposición universal de reporteros de investigación”, estos eventos han reunido más de 7.000  profesionales de medios de comunicación desde 2001.

A 11ª Conferência Global de Jornalismo Investigativo: um aperitivo

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A Conferência Global de Jornalismo Investigativo é o maior encontro mundial de jornalistas investigativos e de dados. Conhecida como “The World Expo of Muckracking”, as conferências já reuniram mais de 7.000 das pessoas mais ativas do mundo da mídia desde 2001. Realizada bienalmente, as conferências são amplamente reconhecidas como peça fundamental na rápida expansão global do jornalismo de dados e do jornalismo investigativo. #GIJC19 – marcada para os dias 26 a 29 de setembro, em Hamburgo, na Alemanha, será nossa 11ª conferência. Nós esperamos a presença de mais de mil jornalistas de 130 países.

Présentation de la 11e Conférence internationale sur le journalisme d’investigation

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La Conférence internationale sur le journalisme d’investigation est le plus important rassemblement de data journalistes et de journalistes d’investigation au monde. Depuis 2001, ces conférences ont réuni depuis plus de 7.000 professionnels provenant de toute la planète. Organisées une fois tous les deux ans, ces conférences jouent un rôle clé dans la rapide expansion au niveau international du journalisme d’investigation et du data journalisme. #GIJC19, qui aura lieu du 26 au 29 septembre à Hambourg en Allemagne, est la 11e conférence que nous organisons.  Un millier de journalistes provenant de 130 pays différents devraient y être présents. Des bourses sont prévues pour permettre aux journalistes vivant dans des pays en développement d’y assister.

The 11th Global Investigative Journalism Conference — A Sneak Preview

The Global Investigative Journalism Conference is the world’s largest international gathering of investigative and data journalists. Called “The World Expo of Muckraking,” the conferences have brought together over 7,000 of the globe’s most enterprising people in media since 2001. Held only once every two years, the conferences are widely credited with playing a key role in the rapid global expansion of investigative and data journalism. #GIJC19 — scheduled for this September 26-29 in Hamburg, Germany — will be our 11th conference. We expect over a thousand journalists from 130 countries.

GIJN’s Data Journalism Top 10: ICIJ’s Datashare, Visualization Talkies, Kyrgyzstan Labor

What’s the global data journalism community tweeting about this week? Our NodeXL #ddj mapping from February 4 to 10 finds exciting releases with a document analysis tool by @ICIJorg and an audio-driven visualization tool by @f_l_o_u_r_i_s_h, while @kloopnews highlights domestic labour imbalance in Kyrgyzstan and @davidottewell emphasizes that data journalism is not just for nerds in a corner.