Data Journalism: GIJN’s Global Guide to Resources

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on May 15, 2013

Global Investigative Journalism Network: Global Guide to Resources, by Kate Willson

  • “As our governments and businesses become increasingly flush with information, more and bigger data are becoming available from across the globe. Increasingly, investigative reporters need to know how to obtain, clean, and analyze “structured information” in this digital world. Otherwise, they and the news organizations they work for will miss some of the most important stories of our time. Even in relatively closed societies, journalists can bloksnow work their way from the outside in, using international data sets to reveal what’s happening in their home countries. Here is a list of resources to get you started, but we want to keep updating our community with the best resources available.”
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