Learning Making Good News Judgments
Shane Shifflett on the fine art of news judgment and why it’s as important for data journalists as ace coding skills.
Learning Open Your Data
Waldo Jaquith on the whys and wherefores of making it open
Learning And Remember, this Is for Posterity
Jacob Harris on the hows and whys of designing interactives to survive the future.
More case studies:
Alan Palazzolo on how the MinnPost team rocks it without a big budget
Joe Germuska on the iterative, human-centered process that’s made the new Census Reporter project especially awesome.
Chase Davis lays down some data science upon us to change how you think about the questions you’re asking of your data
Jake Harris opens a serious barrel of monkeys about when and how to issue corrections for data journalism.
Matt Waite on what to do when things don’t work out like you planned.
John Keefe on tracking the cicada pestilence with open source sensor journalism and crowdsourced data collection
Matt Waite says just because you can make it doesn’t mean you should
Third in a three-part series by Adrian Holovaty about hairy data-parsing problems from a journalist’s perspective
Jake Harris on how dead accounts and spambots can mess with your Twitter data mojo
Read Dave Stanton‘s essential primer on basic statistical principles and you won’t get caught with your data pants down.
In this OpenNews Learning special, Jonathan Stray presents an equation-free statistics talk on data and the shape of randomness.
Jake Harris on just a few of the myriad reasons why using tweets as data is less than ideal.
Sisi Wei makes the case for newsgames and shows you how it’s done
Joey Marburger on the prototype process behind creating the Washington Post’s interactive, The Grid
Shazna Nessa explains visual literacy and why it’s critical for data visualizers to take it seriously.
Sean McDade reinvents the wheel with the Associated Press Final Four Interactive.