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

What's the data-driven journalism crowd tweeting? Here are top links for Aug 15-22: Mexico's secret trust funds (@ElUniversalData); Brexit data (@jakeybob); animated forest fires (@geojournalism); visual vocabulary (@FT); Google Trends data (@GoogleTrends); common data problems (@qz); & more.

  1. Thanks, once again, to Marc Smith of Connected Action for gathering the links and graphing them.
  2. Government's Secret Stashes? Government T

    rusts in Mexico Showing Irregularities

  3. Playing Around with Brexit Data: The Winning Result in Most Areas Was Voted For by Less Than 50% of the People

  4. Design an Animated Forest Fire Map Using Google My Maps and Carto

  5. Visual Vocabulary: Various Ways to Visualise Data Organised in 9 Categories

  6. Google Trends Datastore: Download and Play with Endless Data Sets Curated by the News Lab at Google Team

  7. Common Problems with Data, How To and Who Should Resolve Them

  8. 2016 ProPublica Data Institute Workshop: Tips and Tools on Coding and Handling Data

  9. Journocode: A Team Experimenting with Data Science and Data Journalism

  10. 6 Spectacular Graphics from the Rio Olympics 2016 Coverage

  11. Discover Why and How The New York Times is Changing the Way They Present Interactive Content

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

  13. GIJN's Top Ten #ddj is compiled using NodeXL to do a social network analysis of Twitter traffic with the #ddj hashtag. Today's list was then sorted and curated by GIJN staff.