Nathan Yau has written about the Daily Mail using his data visualisation without permission. It’s not the first time this has happened, nor even the second.
One of my former Telegraph trainees
Raziye Akkoc had the same experience when her world map of immigration was embedded in a Daily Mail article.
Some of the most interesting examples of journalistic data visualisation come not from newsrooms, but from creative agencies or companies. In a post first published on her datavis blog Dinfografia, Maria Crosas Batista outlines 5 of the best examples: 1. The Refugee Project
Interactive map designed by
& Hyperakt Ekene Ijeoma about refugees’ migrations since 1975. It includes historical explanations of some large movements and events to contextualise them. Continue reading
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It’s not often I encounter a piece of data journalism which solves a common problem in the field – and it’s even rarer to find a piece of work which tackles
But that’s just what lean data journalism
Ampp3d did last week when it published a piece of visualisation on the deaths of construction workers in Qatar.
The two problems?
Creating impact on mobile – and making big numbers meaningful. Continue reading
If you’re interested in
data visualisation I’m delivering a training course on with the excellent November 7 Caroline Beavon. Here’s what we’re covering:
right chart for your story – against a deadline Mapping tricks and techniques: using
Fusion Tables and other tools to map Olympic torchbearers Picking the
right data to visualise Visualisation tips for
free chart tools Avoiding common
Create an infographic with Tableau and Illustrator Making data
More details here. Places can be booked here.