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Data Journalism Top 10: Organ Donations, EU Drug Use, Layoffs Language, and Russian Censorship

GIJN’s weekly curation of the most popular data journalism stories on Twitter features a look the impact of changes to organ donation rules in the US, drug usage in Europe based on wastewater analysis, a text analysis of layoff memos written by tech industry chief executives, and an examination of protests across Russia in 2022.

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Data Journalism Top 10: Climate Crises, Tech Layoffs, Border Fences, and Banned Books

This week our top ten in data journalism features stories digging into the link between Ebola outbreaks and deforestation, on the stark impact of global warming on everything from crop yields to species loss, and the undeniable increase in the number of hot nights in Singapore.

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Data Journalism Top 10: Gendered Street Names, Remote Work, Heating the US, Oscars History

In the week in which International Women’s Day is celebrated worldwide, data teams around the world took the opportunity to explore issues related to women, whether mapping streets named after women in Europe, analyzing leisure spaces they are able to enjoy in Southeast Asia, or the distances needed to travel for abortion access in the US.

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Data Journalism Top 10: Deadly Cold, Retirement Length, ATM Explosions, Earthquake Damage

Our weekly curation of the most popular data journalism stories on Twitter features stories on the future impact of deadly cold temperatures, ATM explosions in Germany, mapping buildings damaged by the earthquake in Turkey, and several open source mapping alternatives to Mapbox.

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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.

Mapping Migrant Deaths in Singapore

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Data Journalism Top 10: Migrant Deaths, Alps Skiing, Ukraine’s Outages, Deadly Deer

Our weekly NodeXL and human curation of the most popular data journalism stories looks at mapping migrant deaths in Singapore, tracking Russian airstrikes and Ukraine power outages, “authorized deforestation” in Mali and Côte D’Ivoire, and analysis of the best value when skiing in Switzerland.

ProPublica report on Native American remains still found in universities and museums

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Data Journalism Top 10: Native American Remains, Disparities in French Education, and Caste Discrimination in India’s Academia

Our most popular data journalism stories of the week highlight a project cataloging Indigenous remains in the US that have yet to be repatriated, a look into the socioeconomic disparities between French school districts, a deep dive into how caste discrimination affects India’s academia, and a German examination of 100 years of student housing.

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Editor’s Pick: Top 10 Data Journalism Projects from 2022

Throughout 2022, journalists have used data projects to track and assess the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the ongoing impacts of climate change, and important political elections around the world. Here, GIJN selects our top 10 data journalism projects of the year, which also includes a look at the polarization of the COVID vaccines in the US, a historical analysis of how debt burdened Haiti for centuries, irregularities in Spanish caesarean delivery rates, and the privatization of UK’s water resources.

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Data Journalism Top 10: China’s Fishing Fleet, Queer Cinema, Hurricane Ian, Iran Protests

China’s global fishing operation is prompting concerns about overfishing and destruction of marine life and ecosystems and The New York Times mapped its global reach. Our weekly NodeXL and human curation of the most popular data journalism stories on Twitter also highlights the queer cinema history in the Southeast Asian region, charted Hurricane Ian’s destructive path through the US, Iran’s protests for womens’ rights, and the social housing issues in Canada.

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Data Journalism Top 10: Lawmaker Insider Trading, Queen Elizabeth’s Money, Celebratory Gunfire, Russian Bomb Shelters

From stories examing potential conflicts of interest among lawmakers in Peru and the US, to a data story revealing the history of Queen Elizabeth II’s portrait on banknotes worldwide, our column features the best in data journalism. Also this week: the dangers of so-called celebratory gunfire, displacement in the Democratic Repubilc of Congo, and how the war in Ukraine has impacted children living in institutional care.

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Data Journalism Top 10: Queen Elizabeth’s Reign, Arctic Fires, Taiwan Street Food, Brain Drain

Our weekly NodeXL and human curation of the most popular data journalism stories on Twitter features The Financial Times’ 10 charts visualizing developments in the United Kingdom during Elizabeth’s reign, The Marshall Project’s look at how government Covid-19 relief funds were used, and Taiwan Data Stories’ scrollytelling project about Taiwan’s iconic street food.

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Data Journalism Top 10: Europe’s Drying Rivers, US Student Debt, Revisiting the Moon, Censoring Big Bang Theory

Our weekly analysis of the most popular data journalism stories on Twitter features the mapping of Europe’s drought-stricken rivers, NASA’s plans to return to the moon, how the war in Ukraine compares to other modern conflicts, tracking a stolen truck, and examining Chinese censorship of foreign content with edited episodes of The Big Bang Theory.