Lecture 6 – Data Journalism

Part 1  What is Data Journalism? The GuardianData journalism is a report on data to reveal key information to inform a story. It is the ‘Modern way of journalism’Visualising to make the data easier to understand and more engaging for the audience Part 2 History of Data Journalism at The Guardian  Guardian’s first ‘bound edition’ wasContinue reading “Lecture 6 – Data Journalism”

Lecture 4 – Historical and Contemporary (Part 2)

We visualise data to gain insight to understand a complex issues. Creating a visual tool (data visualisation) to simplify hard to read data. The Functional Art – Alberto Cairo Comparison between reading data in numbers to visualising in graph form. When trying to find a certain comparison in data, its to memorise numbers and compareContinue reading “Lecture 4 – Historical and Contemporary (Part 2)”

Lecture 3 – Historical & Contemporary visualisation

Leon Cmielewski The story of Napoleon’s army heading towards Moscow, starvation and disease while being attacked and defeated by the Russians. The following is an infographic of the distance between the polish border to moscow – left to right. The diagram displays different variables, indicating the total and strength of the army by the useContinue reading “Lecture 3 – Historical & Contemporary visualisation”

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