Delving into the state of data journalism

… while continuing to shape Facta

Spurious Correlations project was meant as a fun way to look at correlations — note that the data were all absolutely genuine. Under Creative Commons license via tylervigen.com
One of the most significant and precise data visualizations of all time — Charles Minard’s 1869 chart showing the successive losses of men in Napoleon’s 1812 Russian campaign army, their movements, as well as the temperature they encountered on the return path. Via Wikimedia, under CC license.

Journalism Innovation

Ideas, Experiments and Explorations in Entrepreneurial Journalism, from the Tow-Knight Center at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY

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Data, tech&science journalist @formicablu, @radio3scienza @ddjIT @Agenzia_Italia. Founder @facta_ and @towknightcenter #EJ19 fellow

Journalism Innovation

Ideas, Experiments and Explorations in Entrepreneurial Journalism, from the Tow-Knight Center at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY