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

What's the data-driven journalism crowd tweeting? Here are top links for Oct 24-30: Clinton/Trump facial analysis (@benheubl ); 10K edits to Clinton/Trump Wikipedia pages (@chrisalcantara); Amnesty 36-year dataviz (@jwyg); Latinos in office (@UnivisionData); open source tools (@M_Mandalka); & more.

  1. Thanks, once again, to Marc Smith of Connected Action for gathering the links and graphing them.
  2. Using R, Python & Facial Recognition Analysis for Data-Driven Reporting in

    Trump vs Clinton Debate

  3. The STiki Tool Detected More Than 10,000 Edits Made To Clinton’s and Trump’s Wikipedia Pages From January 2015 to October 26, 2016

  4. Amnesty's Urgent Actions and Outcomes In 160 Countries Over The Past 36 Years Visualized

  5. Data Analysis: Increase of 61% In Latino Representation in Govt Not Proportionate To Explosive Growth of Hispanic Population

  6. Free Open Source Tools For Investigative and Data Journalism

  7. Open Source Tools for Easier Searching, Analytics, Discovery & Text Mining of Heterogenous and Large Document Sets

  8. Interactive Globe + Quiz Informs Public of Data on Biodiversity, Forest Preservation and Destruction

  9. Open Data & Data Journalism Association's Conference Video in Antalya, Turkey from Sept 22-25

  10. ImpactAfrica Grants for Data Journalism & Innovative Reporting That Tackles Development Issues. Deadline: Nov 15, 2016

  11. Top Ten #ddj (Oct 10-15)

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