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

What's the data-driven journalism crowd tweeting? Here are top links for July 25-Aug 1: terrorism deaths (@guardiandata); US demographics (@jh_viz); global science collaboration (@storybench); China's Africa aid (@EvaConstantaras); Alcohol use (@data_match); Nigerian money (@smartmonkeytv); & more.

  1. Thanks, once again, to Marc Smith of Connected Action for gathering the links and graphing them.
  2. Statistics Show Fewer Terrorism-Related Deaths in Western Europe since the 90s but Increasing Numbers in the Rest of the World

  3. One Dot Equals One Person: Demographics Map for the United States Shows Population Density and Racial Diversity in Every Neighbourhood

  4. Web Visualization Displays the Pattern of the World's Scientific Collaborations and the Balance of Contributions Between Nations

  5. Data Map: China's Aid to Africa by Country and Industrial Sector

  6. Data Comparison: France Tops the List of Alcohol Consumption Per Head in the 10 Richest Countries

  7. Follow The Money: Advocating, Visualizing and Tracking Aid Meant for Local Communities

  8. Oludotun Babayemi - How Follow The Money uses traditional and online to get Govt to keep promises
  9. Time Series Graphic on GDP Growth of the United States Since Eisenhower

  10. A Curated List of Data Science Blogs

  11. Free Course on Data Visualization's Best Practices

  12. Top Ten #ddj (July 18-24)

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