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

Here are the top data journalism tweets for March 6-12, per our NodeXL mapping: ski resorts & climate (@SPIEGELONLINE); science reporting grants (@ddjournalism); chart chooser (Andrei Pandre); #Tapestryconf recap (@catmule); scraping MP data (@marcelpauly); US middle class fail (@nytimes); & more.

  1. Thanks, once again, to Marc Smith of Connected Action for gathering the links and graphing them.
  2. Choosing the Right Chart for Your Data

  3. Cool #tapestryconf Note Sketches By Catherine Madden

  4. New Fund for Science #Investigative Reporting

  5. U.S. Middle Class Incomes No Longer Leads Worldwide, Much of the Fruits of Economic Growth Flows into Corporate Profits or Top Income Earners Pockets

  6. Quick 8-Step Guide to Data Journalism

  7. Interactive Map Shows Ski Resorts At Risk of Climate Change

  8. Data Analysis on Violence Against Politicians in Germany

  9. Die Gewalt gegen Politiker in Deutschland erreicht eine bedenkliche Dimension. Unsere Datenanalyse: https://t.co/Fsjo8zs8GW #ddj #PMK https://t.co/1vuBLFf1HP
    Die Gewalt gegen Politiker in Deutschland erreicht eine bedenkliche Dimension. Unsere Datenanalyse:  http://web.br.de/interaktiv/angriff-auf-die-demokratie  #ddj #PMK pic.twitter.com/1vuBLFf1HP
  10. Scraping Auxiliary Income Data of Parliamentarians

  11. How to Code: No More Excuses!

  12. Top Ten #ddj (Feb 20-26) & (Feb 27-Mar 5)

  13. For a look at Marc Smith's mapping on #ddj on Twitter, check out this map