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

tufteWhat’s the data-driven journalism (#ddj) crowd all in a Twitter about? Here are the new year’s Top Data Journalism Links for January 1-8. This week’s items include statistics on journalists killed since 2002 from Le Temps, FiveThirtyEight’s lessons in creating a diverse police force, and a visual of endangered newspapers in Germany from OpenDataCity. This list is determined by NodeXL, a social media network mapping program. See the full map at the bottom of this roundup.

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