import ChancesAre from “../massey-journalism-2019/ChancesAre” import Venn from “./Venn”
Making complicated things understandable and engaging
Paul Bradshaw from Birmingham City University says:
Data can be the source of data journalism, or it can be the tool with which the story is told — or it can be both.
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism says:
Data journalism is simply journalism.
The former is a new and trendy term but ultimately, it is just a way of describing journalism in the modern world.
Not sure exactly what to call it - but I think it is important.
We’re always here to help journalists find and understand data, too. We can answer questions on here [twitter], or feel free to email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Using the tools at hand; size, colour, shape, and position to represent (encode) the values in the data.
The most common bad things are: