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Top Ten #ddj: The Week’s Most Popular Data Journalism Links

FootballWhat’s the data driven journalism (#ddj) crowd tweeting about? Here are the Top Data Journalism Links on Twitter for the last two weeks, September 3-17. Included are items from the crowdsourcing, cross-border project Generation E; Detective.io, the open source platform for large data sets; the sleuths at ICIJ; Switzerland’s Le Temps; and Germany’s CORRECT!V, FAZ, and Berlin Morning Post. Thanks as always to Marc Smith of Connected Action for gathering the links and graphing them. 


If You Build It, They Will Come: New tools for investigations online

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A Tale of Two Clubs: Berlin Morning Post’s interactive map of Hertha and Union football fans

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Gen E: European Youth Migration Data-Driven Investigative Project

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Le Temps’ Chronology of the Ebola Epidemic
Money on the Side: FAZ Newspaper’s Interactive database of German MPs secondary sources of income

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CORRECT!V’s Money Flows, Oversight Woes: Donations from German courts to outside associations with no transparency
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Power to the People: Turning to citizens for data

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LobbyPlag and LobbyCloud Looking for Researcher

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Finally, here’s a look at how Marc Smith mapped the #ddj tweets using NodeXL:

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