Things You Made, May 9
Interactive features, project breakdowns, and best practices
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What You’ve Been Making
A roundup of journalism and code projects from the last few weeks, with a little extra attention to pieces coming from newsrooms away from the US coasts and largest newsrooms.
The elusive Sankey chart makes an appearance in the French election.
(India Currents, May 2, 2017)
Reported using data from ProPublica’s Documenting Hate project.
(The Lens, continually updated)
Mapping the licenses filed and approved to run an Airbnb, under new NOLA law.
(Tyler Loop, May 8, 2017)
Understanding a small city with big-city traffic.
(Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting, May 5, 2017)
The tax revenue that goes uncollected, and what it adds up to.
What ProPublica’s journalism looks like in Trump’s America. How to sign up for #CARstudyhall. A reminder that small tools, shared with all, are awesome. “All your keystrokes are live”: how the NYTimes beat the House in tallying the health care vote. A place to hear underwater sounds, because being a person on land is hard.
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