One of our most recent works, “How Americans Die,” is an instance of what we call a “dataview.” The impetus behind dataview was a hope to provide clear and concise storytelling, while giving the supporting data more prominence and explorability.
- By Steve Duenes, Erin Kissane, Andrew Kueneman, Jacky Myint, Graham Roberts, Catherine Spangler
- John Branch, Steve Duenes, Hannah Fairfield, Ruth Fremson, Wayne Kamidoi, Andrew Kueneman, Sam Manchester, Alan McLean, Jacky Myint, Graham Roberts, Catherine Spangler, Joe Ward, Jeremy White, Josh Williams
- The New York Times
Reporters, designers, developers, and editors who worked on the NYT’s Snow Fall explain how they pulled it off.
We assembled a database of stand your ground cases in Florida to encourage people to explore the cases to see how the law was being applied. We did this because no government entity was tracking such cases.