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Editor’s Pick: Top 10 Data Journalism Projects from 2023

Featuring stories on climate change, pollution, algorithms, war and conflict, the Turkey-Syria earthquake, and a deadly migrant shipwreck in the Mediterranean.

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Data Journalism Top 10: Elon Musk’s Tweets, Chart-Topping Hits, China’s COVID Toll (by Obit)

This week’s Top 10 in data journalism looks at Elon Musk’s Tweets, tracking COVID in China via official obituaries, Kontinentalist’s piece on rubber’s history in colonial Malaya, El Confidencial’s analysis of immigration in Spain, The Economist’s look into the secret of creating chart-topping hits, and more.

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GIJN Bookshelf: Investigative Titles for Your 2022 Reading List

The year 2022 has seen a number of noteworthy books about investigative journalism, from going undercover to dig into corruption to investigating the underbelly of the global migration crisis, and from a deep dive into dodgy COVID contracts to a book from Nobel Peace Prize winner Maria Ressa.

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Largest-Ever African Investigative Journalism Conference Digs Into New Tools, Using AI, and World-Class Exposés

The largest-ever African Investigative Journalism Conference (#AIJC2022) drew 375 attendees from 51 countries to Africa’s premier muckraker gathering. The conference looked into how AI is driving a “third wave of journalism,” which new tools and resources are available to watchdog reporters, and showcased some of the world-class exposés being produced on the continent.

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Data Journalism Top 10: Connecting China’s Power Players, Tracking Russian Voter Turnout, Drawing the India-Pakistan Border, and Serena Williams’ Trailblazing Career

The workings of the Chinese Communist Party are shrouded in secrecy, but ahead of the party congress later this year The South China Morning Post published a detailed guide on the key power players. Also this week, an investigation into the arbitrary nature of military justice in the United States, an analysis of Russia’s election voter turnout using artificial intelligence, and charts celebrating Serena Williams’ tennis career.

NYT Maps Impact of Roe Abortion Ruling

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Data Journalism Top 10: Abortion Ban Burdens, China Surveillance, Heat Wave Threats, and Russia’s Degraded Army

This week’s Top 10 in Data Journalism looks at the impact of the Dobbs US Supreme Court ruling on travel time for women seeking an abortion in the US, China’s intensifying surveillance on its population, the impact of heat waves on fragile populations in Germany, the state of the Russian army after four months of war, and the gender inequity in speeches in the Zurich Parliament.