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Netzwerk Recherche gathered more than 800 journalists to the conference this weekend.

Fifteen tips to get started with datajournalism

Together with editor for the Data Projects team at the Guardian, Helena Bengtsson, I did a presentation about how to get started with datajournalism on the annual conference of Netzwerk Recherche 3rd of July in Hamburg. We made a tipsheet on twelve tips, which was spread on twitter. After the presentation we have added three […]

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Nils Mulvad, Paul Myers, hotel-tekniker og Irene Jay Liu kæmper for at tilslutte Pauls PC til projektoren.
Foto: Matikas Santos.

Huge impact of first investigative journalism conference in Asia

I was responsible for the data track on the first investigative journalism conference in Asia, taking place in Manila, Philippines from 22th to 25th of November 2014. It was a huge succes, binding the participants together in methods of journalism. The special Asian touch to investigative journalism began with the opening speech by the former […]

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Ressources for GIJC-conference in Rio 2013

Ressources for GIJC-conference in Rio 2013

Google Fusion Open Refine Helium Scraper Social and mobile media for investigative journalism. Paul Myers: Researchclinic Pitch of Investigative Reporting Denmank and a concrete cross-border project on pesticides. Material for the network-meeting on climate and environment. Handout with methods, findings and tips for uncovering secrets in food and nature. We will upload material, when it […]

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Fish subsidy data published – and a new analysis

Fishsubsidy.org: New online database of €1.1 billion in EU fisheries subsidies; concerns about declining data standards Fishsubsidy.org, the transparency project which in 2009 launched an online database of EU fisheries subsidies from 1994 to 2006, has launched a new database of payments under the European Fisheries Fund, from 2007 to 2010. The fisheries subsidy database […]

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