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

Here are the top data journalism tweets for Feb 27-Mar 5, per our NodeXL mapping: #NICAR17 readings (@albertocairo); fake news guide collaboration (@jwyg); US visa restrictions (@ddjournalism); statistics' interactive viz (@BrownUniversity); Guardian's 10-point guide to ddj (@smfrogers); & more.

  1. Thanks, once again, to Marc Smith of Connected Action for gathering the links and graphing them.
  2. Slides & Extra Readings from Data Expert Alberto Cairo #NICAR17

  3. Call for Collaborators: A Field Guide to Fake News

  4. How America's Visa Restrictions Today May Impact Tomorrow's Innovation

  5. Understanding Statistics & Probability Through Interactive Visualizations

  6. Seeing Theory: A visual (and interactive) introduction to probability & statistics. HT @dataelixir https://t.co/uqyZYsnYiO https://t.co/63T4vX8s2B
    Seeing Theory: A visual (and interactive) introduction to probability & statistics. HT @dataelixir  http://students.brown.edu/seeing-theory/  pic.twitter.com/63T4vX8s2B
  7. Data Journalism at The Guardian: It's Just Journalism.

  8. Interactive Pension Simulator

  9. Heute ist die Altersreform 2020 im Nationalrat. Klingt langweilig? Nicht mit unserem Spiel: https://t.co/1zHkR6m8Fx https://t.co/Db9wEYQ03K
    Heute ist die Altersreform 2020 im Nationalrat. Klingt langweilig? Nicht mit unserem Spiel:  http://www.srf.ch/news/schweiz/verspielen-sie-ihre-rente  pic.twitter.com/Db9wEYQ03K
  10. New Book: Data Visualization with R by Thomas Rahlf

  11. Customize ColorBrewer Palettes

  12. Customize ColorBrewer palettes and get code for each colour using the tmaptools package and the function palette_explorer() #rstats #dataviz pic.twitter.com/XlakXJBBhl
  13. Free Software & Open Source Tools For Investigative Journalism

  14. Top Ten #ddj (Feb 20-26)

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