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ACIJ16 Resources

Here are the tipsheets and presentations shared by speakers at the Asian Investigative Journalism Conference in 2016.
SpeakerSpeakers’ Presentations & Tipsheets
Nils MulvadBest Tips & Tools – Vlookup
Nils MulvadCollaboration Tools and Smart Use of Google
Sandhya KambhampatiCollecting Your Own Data
Malini SubramaniamCovering Conflict
Mir Wais JalazaiCovering Conflict
Prangtip DaoruengCovering Minorities and the Disenfranchised
Irene LiuData Journalism – Methods and Tools
Adek Media RozaData Visualization
Kyu Ho YoumDefending Yourself from Legal Threats + Bibliographic
Surendra PaudelExposing Human Trafficking and Slavery
Bridget GallagherFinancing Your Investigation
Adek Media RozaFinding Data
Irene LiuHow to Find Data For Asia
Joydeep GuptaInvestigating Climate Change
Rajneesh BhandariInvestigating Climate Change
Ramesh BhushalInvestigating Climate Change: Data
Clare Rewcastle BrownInvestigating Corruption
Karol IlaganInvestigating Corruption
Shiva GaunleInvestigating Corruption
Wahyu DhyatmikaInvestigating Corruption
Ramu SapkotaInvestigating Nepal
Mukesh PokhrelLightning Round: Great Stories You’ve Never Heard Of
Andy LehrenMapping Training
Ivo BurumMobile Journalism
Mar CabraMuckrakers and Coders: Building the New Investigative Team
Nils MulvadOpen Refine
Mar CabraPlenary Session: Panama Papers
Nils Mulvad Scraping Data From the Web
GIJN (website)The GIJN Help Desk
GIJN (presentation)The GIJN Help Desk
Hazwany JamaluddinFOI/RTI in Southeast Asia
Mar CabraTools for Story Collaborations
Martha MendozaTracking US government actions, spending, aid, NGOs and lobbying in my country
Patrick Boehler & Karol IlaganTracking Corporate Records Across Asia
Karol IlaganTracking Business Records Across Asia
Kyung Lae KimTV/Video Investigations
OCCRPUsing Investigative Dashboard
Kavya SukumarUsing Database Managers
Qiu JiaqiuVirtual Reality in Newsrooms
Sanjit OberaiVisualizing Data

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