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Data Journalism
Having Conversations with Data
Tony Hirst
Computing and Communications
The Open University
What is
journalism?
[sensemaking]
InvertedPyramid
What is
data?
[a particular type
of source]
Data is just
another type of
source…
What is data
journalism?
Data journalism
is investigative
Journalism that
uses data as one
of the sources
(We don’t have
to produce a map
or a chart in the
final piece)
The practice of
data journalism
find stories
tell stories
find stories
Anscombe’sQuartet
THE BLOCKERS
Reading
Charts
Blocker
“Data points are just
words, but when
connected with a squiggly
line they tell a story”
Christopher Brown, “Making Sense o...
“Conversations
with data”
ouseful.info - A Wrangling Example With OpenRefine: Making “Oven Ready Data”
THE BLOCKERS
Skills
Blocker
Tidying data
KnowThyTools…
Data Distributions
Outliers
InvertedPyramid
Data can
confirm what
we think we
know
Data can surprise
us and force us to
rethink what we
think we know
Trends and (anti)correlations...
Data makes
most sense
when
contextualised
THE BLOCKERS
Skills
Blocker
[statistics]
(the art of looking at one number in the context of other numbers)
Asking Questions
of Data
Data Distributions
Outliers
We need to teach
people how to
ask questions
We need to teach
people how to
read charts
SQL was
developed as a
navigational aid
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Reproducibility
tell stories
…but that’s
another story…
tony.hirst@open.ac.uk
@psychemedia
blog.ouseful.info
Anyquestions?
Lincoln Journalism Research Day - Data Journalism
Lincoln Journalism Research Day - Data Journalism
Lincoln Journalism Research Day - Data Journalism
Lincoln Journalism Research Day - Data Journalism
Lincoln Journalism Research Day - Data Journalism
Lincoln Journalism Research Day - Data Journalism
Lincoln Journalism Research Day - Data Journalism
Lincoln Journalism Research Day - Data Journalism
Lincoln Journalism Research Day - Data Journalism
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  1. 1. Data Journalism Having Conversations with Data Tony Hirst Computing and Communications The Open University
  2. 2. What is journalism?
  3. 3. [sensemaking]
  4. 4. InvertedPyramid
  5. 5. What is data?
  6. 6. [a particular type of source]
  7. 7. Data is just another type of source…
  8. 8. What is data journalism?
  9. 9. Data journalism is investigative
  10. 10. Journalism that uses data as one of the sources
  11. 11. (We don’t have to produce a map or a chart in the final piece)
  12. 12. The practice of data journalism
  13. 13. find stories tell stories
  14. 14. find stories
  15. 15. Anscombe’sQuartet
  16. 16. THE BLOCKERS
  17. 17. Reading Charts Blocker
  18. 18. “Data points are just words, but when connected with a squiggly line they tell a story” Christopher Brown, “Making Sense of Squiggly Lines”, 2011, ISBN 978-0-9832593-1-2
  19. 19. “Conversations with data”
  20. 20. ouseful.info - A Wrangling Example With OpenRefine: Making “Oven Ready Data”
  21. 21. THE BLOCKERS
  22. 22. Skills Blocker
  23. 23. Tidying data
  24. 24. KnowThyTools…
  25. 25. Data Distributions Outliers
  26. 26. InvertedPyramid
  27. 27. Data can confirm what we think we know
  28. 28. Data can surprise us and force us to rethink what we think we know
  29. 29. Trends and (anti)correlations...
  30. 30. Data makes most sense when contextualised
  31. 31. THE BLOCKERS
  32. 32. Skills Blocker
  33. 33. [statistics] (the art of looking at one number in the context of other numbers)
  34. 34. Asking Questions of Data
  35. 35. Data Distributions Outliers
  36. 36. We need to teach people how to ask questions
  37. 37. We need to teach people how to read charts
  38. 38. SQL was developed as a navigational aid
  39. 39. intitle:yarl filetype:pdf inurl:http://www.justice.gov.uk/do wnloads/publications/inspectorate -reports/hmipris/immigration- removal-centre-inspections/
  40. 40. intitle:yarl filetype:pdf inurl:http://www.justice.gov.uk/do wnloads/publications/inspectorate -reports/hmipris/immigration- removal-centre-inspections/
  41. 41. SELECT * FROM searchindex WHERE title LIKE “%Yarl%” AND filetype=‘pdf’ AND url LIKE “http:.. /%”
  42. 42. Reproducibility
  43. 43. tell stories
  44. 44. …but that’s another story…
  45. 45. tony.hirst@open.ac.uk @psychemedia blog.ouseful.info Anyquestions?

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