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10 Ways Data is Changing Journalism

Simon Rogers - The Guardian UK

Zane Groshelle

on 28 October 2014

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Transcript of 10 Ways Data is Changing Journalism

10 ways
data is changing journalism
Bigger Datasets...
...smaller things
...smaller things
...smaller things
...smaller things
...smaller things
You Don't have to be a Developer
...but sometimes it helps
...smaller things
Data journalism
80% perspiration + 10% great idea + 10% output
It's (still) about the stories
"The new world will be a place of answers
and no questions, because the only questions left will be answered by computers, because only computers will know what to ask"
James Cameron, 1969
Simon Rogers

None of this is new
“Comment is free, but…”
Facts are sacred
"At all times such information it contains is valuable; because without knowing … the best opinions which can be formed of the condition and future progress of society must be necessarily incorrect"
It's the new normal
It's all About Curation
We Will Be Data Providers
Simon Rogersguardian.co.uk/data@datastorefb.com/guardiandataguardiandata.tumblr.comsimon.rogers@guardian.co.uk
Crowdsourcing ≠ Data
Open Data Means Open Data Journalism
Good Design Matters
The new short-form
Data journalism
80% perspiration + 10% great idea + 10% output
this link is probably giving credit to some image, but I don't know which
Making it truly public
"The people who cast
the votes don't decide
an election, the people
who count the votes do"
Raw data now
Give elections
to the people
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