Happy international fact-checking day! To celebrate, why not read back on how @AfricaCheck, @ABCFactCheck, @correctiv_fakt, and more, use to verify and debunk claims: t.co/Ke4Vc4C0O7 t.co/5pkwdNqaaY —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) tools are readily available for journalists to enhance their storytelling and investigative pieces. @HacksHackers looks at what can do with these tools and how to use them safely: t.co/JVnt4m788q —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

is one of the most popular languages used by data journalists, so we highly recommend checking our this of its 50 most popular libraries and frameworks: t.co/MYpasVdHlD t.co/fQhGsJcThb —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

If you're heading to the @journalismfest this week, we've got you sorted. On Thursday we'll be hosting an AMA with @ChElm @paulbradshaw @JacopoOttaviani @WhimsicaLinds and on Saturday we'll be talking local data journalism: t.co/e1lYeiyiuC —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

How is embedded into newsroom practice? What trends and challenges are emerging? If you need an expert opinion on these or other queries, don't miss the chance to ask our authors in our next AMA: t.co/K1f0sxe0Wh @hmtk @williamlallen t.co/TXtPlxLnWJ —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

Databases can be more than just a place to find stories. Why not make a database the story? Get inspired with 7 of our favourite journalistic databases: t.co/oDCH1M0Ce9 HT @zararah @leo_wallentin @JaredRutecki @L_A_Kelly @EmmanuelFreuden @stonepeople @rui_barros17 t.co/gsXR3O1kAV —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

RT @datatheism: Today I was in Thessaloniki checking in with @DataScouting on our hate speech detection project. We are working with Twitter and YouTube data to help journalists and platforms understand and mitigate the effects of hate speech in the journalism community. /1 t.co/MTV5AmJ4TK —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

If you've ever reported on a phenomena with 'statistical significance' be wary -- some statisticians are pushing for us to embrace uncertainty instead: t.co/9N0DukEam3 —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

'Follow the money' investigations involve complex links between different actors, entities, and events. To help make sense of these, this data model provides a simple way to organise concepts in money laundering and investigations: t.co/cDP4cLVWAJ t.co/CEMbwsV4Za —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

It’s easy to forget that 2D maps of the world all pull one fundamental trick: flattening a sphere. Some important lessons for on thinking beyond strict geography, from @Mapbox: t.co/ohBsCZI9J0 —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

RT @ejcnet: During her fellowship at @zeitonline, software developer @alexabruck worked on the award-winning project Streetscapes - nominated for the Grimme Online Award and winner of the @infobeautyaward!
Want to become a fellow as well? Apply by April 1st!
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Civic tech, as the developers of tools that empower citizens to engage with their governments or to hold them accountable, is often entangled with the work of data journalists. And these blurry boundaries offer plenty of opportunities: t.co/9TxG33kEOh t.co/6wwjWk8N64 —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

Because breaking into is hard, we approached five experienced editors to get their advice, including seasoned data journalists @Ashley_J_Kirk and @ChElm: t.co/zH6WmmgaWE —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

What does sound like? Instead of , try representing your stories through with TwoTone. It's a straightforward tool for turning your dataset into music: t.co/HNtPc9deCG —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

Creating in greyscale before adding colour forces you think clearly and prioritise the right aspects of your visualisation. Here's 4 other reasons why you should design without first: t.co/ruC1s4Rsj0 —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

From @ICIJorg's 'papers' investigations, to stories like The Migrant Files, great data journalism is increasingly shaped by cross-border collaboration. Help advance the space by participating in @JWI_Berlin's research survey: t.co/bVEnRiBFCS @eijcDataharvest —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

RT @ejcnet: Want to kickstart your career, just like @MarieSegger did? Become a @GoogleNewsInit journalism fellow! 40 newsrooms in 11 different countries offer paid fellowships.
Deadline to apply: 1st of April

👉 t.co/y9DmSRBmG7 t.co/MiiACGcYUz —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

While most produce stories by exploring databases, a new form of journalism is emerging where databases are the product. Think @ProPublica's Dollars for Docs or @correctiv_org's German equivalent. Help us share others in our next newsletter: t.co/Vrn2wbL4rl t.co/OF2Gdnl2b6 —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu

Unfortunately for us data journalists, it’s easy for our arsenal of numbers and statistics to support untruthful storytelling. But, thanks to @firstdraftnews, we've got your questions on overcoming and covered: t.co/gkZmRtLhfA t.co/9j2fswEnCc —@[email protected] twitter.com/ddjournalism/statu


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