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          Need to learn new data skills, increase your data journalism knowledge or advance your career?

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          The 2020 Sigma Data Awards

          A brand new competition to celebrate the best data journalism from around the world.

          The Sigma Awards is a new data journalism award which aims to not just celebrate the best data journalism around the world, but also to empower, elevate and enlighten the global community of data journalists.

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          Mathhome

          Case studies

          Tackling math anxiety in journalism students

          In a world where journalists are also ‘numbers’ people, teachers need to find innovative ways to overcome their students' math anxieties. Using research from other disciplines, Kayt Davies outlines fun exercises that can be used in any classroom.

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          Data Journalism Handbook 2

          Towards a Critical Data Practice

          What is data journalism? What is it for? What might it do? What opportunities and limitations does it present? Who and what is involved in making and making sense of it? This book is a collaborative experiment responding to these and other questions.

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          Fundamental search for journalists video course

          Video course

          Fundamental search for journalists

          In this course we're going through some of the tips and tricks on how to make your own research faster and more accurate using Google's tools.

          Python for journalists

          Video course

          Python for journalists

          This course is meant for journalists looking to learn the most common uses of Python for data journalism. You'll learn how to set up Python and all related tools on your computer, clean up messy datasets, analyse data and scrape data.

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          Case studies

          Data analysis

          Tackling math anxiety in journalism students

          In a world where journalists are also ‘numbers’ people, teachers need to find innovative ways to overcome their students' math anxieties. Using research from other disciplines, Kayt Davies outlines fun exercises that can be used in any classroom.

          Data visualisation

          Data analysis

          Geographic information systems: a use case for journalists

          Geographical information systems, or GIS, provide one of the most efficient means of uncovering spatial patterns in geographic data. Jacques Marcoux provides a walkthrough of how GIS tools can be leveraged for original news content.

          Data analysis

          Covering issues

          The dos and don'ts of predictive journalism

          Bad predictions, especially in high-stakes stories, can be more than confusing and misleading -- they can be dangerous. G. Elliott Morris draws on examples from political journalism to describe some guidelines for good predictive journalism.

          G. Elliott Morris

          Data analysis

          Data journalism: a guide for editors

          Editing investigations is challenging enough, but particularly when you're not familiar with data methods. Maud Beelman and Jennifer LaFleur share guidance for project editors on best practices for workflows, bulletproofing, and writing techniques.

          Data analysis

          Putting data back into context

          Data are never neutral ‘givens’, but always situated in a particular context, collected for a particular reason -- and it’s crucial that data journalists understand these.

          Data visualisation

          The essential lies in news maps

          In order to display three-dimensional world we live in, journalists are forced to distort reality. And every map does so in its own way. Maarten Lambrechts looks at commonly used maps and how to avoid being misled by them.

          Data visualisation

          Ethics

          Designing data visualisations with empathy

          How do you get audience members, much less the journalists presenting a story, to walk a mile in the shoes of a dot? Or a bar chart? P. Kim Bui provides three approaches for achieving empathy in data visualisations.

          Ethics

          Privacy and data leaks

          From the Snowden revelations to the Panama Papers, reporters and editors face complex decisions when it comes to reporting on leaked data.

          Data visualisation

          The essential lies in news maps

          In order to display three-dimensional world we live in, journalists are forced to distort reality. And every map does so in its own way. Maarten Lambrechts looks at commonly used maps and how to avoid being misled by them.

          Data analysis

          Putting data back into context

          Data are never neutral ‘givens’, but always situated in a particular context, collected for a particular reason -- and it’s crucial that data journalists understand these.

          Data analysis

          Spreadsheets for journalism

          Many journalists see themselves as “word people” and shy away from writing about numbers. Brant Houston shows how to embrace math with an overview of spreadsheets and functions for beginners.

          Data visualisation

          Ethics

          Designing data visualisations with empathy

          How do you get audience members, much less the journalists presenting a story, to walk a mile in the shoes of a dot? Or a bar chart? P. Kim Bui provides three approaches for achieving empathy in data visualisations.

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          Towards a Critical Data Practice

          What is data journalism? What is it for? What might it do? What opportunities and limitations does it present? Who and what is involved in making and making sense of it?

          Data Handbook 2 cover

          The new edition of the Data Journalism Handbook explores new and innovative ways in which data is analysed, created and used in the context of journalism. And beyond that: it also reflects on the social, cultural, political and economic circumstances in which data journalism is embedded.

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          How journalists can use data to improve the news

          When you combine the sheer scale and range of digital information now available with a journalist’s "nose for news" and her ability to tell a compelling story, a new world of possibility opens up. Explore the potential, limits, and applied uses of this new and fascinating field.

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          This valuable handbook has attracted scores of contributors since the European Journalism Centre and the Open Knowledge Foundation launched the project at MozFest 2011. Through a collection of tips and techniques from leading journalists, professors, software developers, and data analysts, you’ll learn how data can be either the source of data journalism or a tool with which the story is told—or both.

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          Detailed courses and expert interviews for all workflow levels

          Video course
          Fundamental search for journalists

          Vincent Ryan

          Coding
          Python for journalists

          Winny de Jong

          Best practices
          When to hire a data journalist

          Winny de Jong

          Data analysis
          Going Viral Using Social Media Analytics

          Stijn Debrouwere

          Data visualisation
          Mapping for Journalists

          Maarten Lambrechts

          Coding
          Python for journalists

          Winny de Jong

          Covering issues
          Doing Journalism with Data: First Steps, Skills and Tools

          Paul Bradshaw, Steve Doig, Simon Rogers, Nicolas Kayser-Bril, Alberto Cairo

          Data collection
          Cleaning Data in Excel

          Maarten Lambrechts

          Data visualisation
          Mapping for Journalists

          Maarten Lambrechts

          Video course
          Fundamental search for journalists

          Vincent Ryan

          Data visualisation
          Charting Tools for the Newsroom

          Maarten Lambrechts

          Coding
          Python for journalists

          Winny de Jong

          Covering issues
          Doing Journalism with Data: First Steps, Skills and Tools

          Paul Bradshaw, Steve Doig, Simon Rogers, Nicolas Kayser-Bril, Alberto Cairo

          Data visualisation
          Charting Tools for the Newsroom

          Maarten Lambrechts

          Data analysis
          Going Viral Using Social Media Analytics

          Stijn Debrouwere

          Data collection
          Cleaning Data in Excel

          Maarten Lambrechts

          Best practices
          When to hire a data journalist

          Winny de Jong

          Data visualisation
          Mapping for Journalists

          Maarten Lambrechts

          Case studies
          Verification: The Basics

          Craig Silverman, Claire Wardle