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Data Journalism 2013

Aron Pilhofer: “Data can be a source and tell stories”

CCCB Lab

Aron Pilhofer is multimedia editor of the New York Times and co-founder of Documentcloud.org, a start-up designed to help journalists find documents, analyse them and share them. At present, this tool contains 1 million documents and is used by over 800 news teams worldwide. He is also co-founder of Hacks & Hackers, informal meetings that [...]

Interview with Aron Pilhofer

Multimedia editor of the New York Times and co-founder of Documentcloud.org

Aron Pilhofer is multimedia editor of the New York Times and co-founder of Documentcloud.

Data Journalism. Getting the Best Out of the Web with Scraping

Workshop with Michael Bauer

The Data Journalism work sessions aim to be practical meetings with two objectives: to learn about and delve deeper into working with data through workshops, and to present and showcase local projects. In this session we worked on basic concepts of web scraping based on a small number of simple tools. Scraping refers to the extraction of information or data from a website or a PDF to work with them on a spreadsheet or so that they can be used on different visualisation platforms.

Data Journalism. Open Data and Open Gov at Barcelona City Council

Presentation by Lluís Sanz and Isaac Aparicio

The Data Journalism work sessions aim to be practical meetings with two objectives: to learn about and delve deeper into working with data through workshops, and to present and showcase local projects. In this session, the data of Open Data Barcelona was analysed, and they explained how to work with them and how to obtain more from them.

Data Journalism. Fuga2

Presentation by Eli Vivas and Francisco José Moya.

The Data Journalism work sessions aim to be practical meetings with two objectives: to learn about and delve deeper into working with data through workshops, and to present and showcase local projects.

Data Journalism. Google Fusion Tables Workshop

Workshop with Eduard Martín-Borregón

The Data Journalism work sessions aim to be practical meetings with two objectives: to learn about and delve deeper into working with data through workshops, and to present and showcase local projects. Google Fusion Tables es un servicio web de Google para la gestión de datos, que proporciona un medio para visualizarlos en varios tipos de gráficos y mapas geográficos.

Data Journalism. atNight

Presentation by Mar Santamaria and Pablo Martínez

The Data Journalism work sessions aim to be practical meetings with two objectives: to learn about and delve deeper into working with data through workshops, and to present and showcase local projects. atNight is a research project that maps out the more intangible aspects of the contemporary city using digital technologies and Big Data.

Data Journalism. Excel and Google Drive for Journalists

Workshop with Gilbert Martínez

The Data Journalism work sessions aim to be practical meetings with two objectives: to learn about and delve deeper into working with data through workshops, and to present and showcase local projects.

Data Journalism. Govern Obert

Presentation by Concha Catalán

The Data Journalism work sessions aim to be practical meetings with two objectives: to learn about and delve deeper into working with data through workshops, and to present and showcase local projects. Govern Obert (Open Government) is a project designed to promote the transparency of the Catalan Government. On its website we can find different visualisations of the organisation charts of each department and publish stories.

Data Journalism. Infoparticip@

Presentation by Amparo Moreno

The Data Journalism work sessions aim to be practical meetings with two objectives: to learn about and delve deeper into working with data through workshops, and to present and showcase local projects.

If It’s Transparent, It’s Better

Mara Balestrini

As in Spain debate rages over the transparency law, new governmental initiatives are promoting transparency practices in different sections of the public administration. Three months ago it was the turn of the cultural institutions, and this was met with a certain nervousness among the country’s museums and cultural centres, who had [...]

Data Journalism. Collaboration between Hackers and Journalists

Lecture by Manuel Aristarán

Data Journalism is a discipline that all the main international news media have incorporated in recent years, offering readers visualisations and treatment of data in order to explain the news in a clear and comprehensible way. This was the first conference focusing on this subject to be held in Spain. Between 24 and 26 May 2013 the CCCB, the Blanquerna Faculty of Communication Studies and Medialab Prado hosted a wide-ranging programme of activities.

Data Journalism. How to Visualise and Interact with Data

Lecture by Sergio Álvarez Leiva

Data Journalism is a discipline that all the main international news media have incorporated in recent years, offering readers visualisations and treatment of data in order to explain the news in a clear and comprehensible way. This was the first conference focusing on this subject to be held in Spain. Between 24 and 26 May 2013 the CCCB, the Blanquerna Faculty of Communication Studies and Medialab Prado hosted a wide-ranging programme of activities.

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Data Journalism. Open and Shared Knowledge

Debate with Michael Bauer and Marc Garriga

Data Journalism is a discipline that all the main international news media have incorporated in recent years, offering readers visualisations and treatment of data in order to explain the news in a clear and comprehensible way. This was the first conference focusing on this subject to be held in Spain. Between 24 and 26 May 2013 the CCCB, the Blanquerna Faculty of Communication Studies and Medialab Prado hosted a wide-ranging programme of activities.

Data Journalism. What is Data Journalism?

Lecture by Mar Cabra

Data Journalism is a discipline that all the main international news media have incorporated in recent years, offering readers visualisations and treatment of data in order to explain the news in a clear and comprehensible way. This was the first conference focusing on this subject to be held in Spain. Between 24 and 26 May 2013 the CCCB, the Blanquerna Faculty of Communication Studies and Medialab Prado hosted a wide-ranging programme of activities.

Data Journalism. Data Journalism in the Media in Spain

Round Table with Judith Argila, Ricard Gràcia, Juan Luís Sánchez and Eduard Martín-Borregón

The round table Data Journalism in the Media in Spain with Judith Argila (TV3), Ricard Gràcia (El Periódico de Catalunya), Juan Luís Sánchez (Eldiario.

Data Journalism. Where to Get Data?

Lecture by Eva Belmonte

The lecture Where to Get Data? Access to Information, Transparency and Open Data by Eva Belmonte (Civio) was held at the CCCB on 24 May.

Data Journalism. The Data Work Process

Lecture by John Burn-Murdoch

Data Journalism is a discipline that all the main international news media have incorporated in recent years, offering readers visualisations and treatment of data in order to explain the news in a clear and comprehensible way. This was the first conference focusing on this subject to be held in Spain. Between 24 and 26 May 2013 the CCCB, the Blanquerna Faculty of Communication Studies and Medialab Prado hosted a wide-ranging programme of activities.

Data Journalism. Wikileaks and Offshore Leaks

Debate with John Burn-Murdoch and Mar Cabra

Data Journalism is a discipline that all the main international news media have incorporated in recent years, offering readers visualisations and treatment of data in order to explain the news in a clear and comprehensible way. This was the first conference focusing on this subject to be held in Spain. Between 24 and 26 May 2013 the CCCB, the Blanquerna Faculty of Communication Studies and Medialab Prado hosted a wide-ranging programme of activities.