Helping newsrooms improve interactive graphics and data visualizations by making them more accessible to all users.
Basile Simon walks through the process of building a new tool that aims to help reporters cover beats, and that was prompted by work by Knight-Mozilla Fellows and a presentation at Hacks/Hackers London.
At the Mozilla Festival last fall, a team from the Broadcasting Board of Governors launched KettleCorn, their fork of the Mozilla video-editing tool Popcorn.
Introducing the double-whammy of Simple Map D3 and Tulip, a new mapping app from MinnPost.
DataBootCamp in Bolivia this week and municipal data hacking in Johannesburg on Saturday.
The Center for Investigative Reporting recently released an API of data from the US Department of Veterans Affairs, which it compiled in reporting on a backlog of disability claims.
In our second dispatch from OpenVis Conf, Twitter's Miguel Rios digs into four major options for displaying visualizations on the web.
The final Editors’ Lab before the Global Editors Network Conference in June and data hacking in Spain this weekend.
Harvesting data in Belgium and talking transparency in DC this weekend. Plus, session suggestions for the Online News Association conference due Tuesday.
Today, John Keefe will teach data visualization basics in New Jersey. This week, the Global Editors Network Editors’ Lab heads to Cairo.
This week, MinnPost launched an effort to track legislation in Minnesota throughout the 2013 session.
A new PDF data extraction tool conceived by Manuel Aristarán and built out in a collaboration between Aristarán, who is a Knight-Mozilla Fellow at La Nación, and Mike Tigas, Fellow at ProPublica, and ProPublica’s Jeremy B. Merrill.
Jacob Harris explains the perils of making government food safety data usable for journalistic research.
First in a three-part series by Adrian Holovaty about hairy data-parsing problems from a journalist’s perspective
The second in a series of interviews with Knight International Journalism Fellows.
Saturday is International Open Data Day, and there may be a hack event near year.
The For Journalism project aims to create nine brand-new courses for journalists who want to learn how to design and build news applications, and to offer them to individuals and institutions in the fall of 2013.
Hacks/Hackers meet this week in Milano and Birmingham. Plus, two news-related iconathons this month.
Sha Hwang and I brought together a panel of four experts—Rachel Binx, Mike Bostock, Tom Carden, and Scott Murray—to talk about their processes last month at San Francisco’s General Assembly. Here’s what we learned.