How journalists are coping with a flood of information by borrowing data visualization techniques from computer scientists, researchers and artists.

Full Stanford University project info here.

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Journalism in the Age of Data from geoff mcghee on Vimeo.

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Hat tip Flowing Data

Category: Data Analysis, Financial Press, Video, Weekend

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2 Responses to “Journalism in the Age of Data”

  1. HelicopterBen says:

    Funny thing. I usually work sixteen hours a day in a week from 07: 30 am cet when WSE opens to 03:00 pm et, until US markets close, plus I usually watch fast money on CnbCircus (kudos to the team). In that period of time I’m not only focusing on the markets (trading) but I also read tones of articles ranging from NYT, Barrons, WSJ to Huffington Post as well others. Sometimes I feel like google bot! However after so many years I got used to it! Never the less I can say one thing: Journalism as it once was is long DEAD! That’s why everybody relays more and more on blogs and other non-mainstream media! If you want to read something interesting, stimulating, fascinating, spot on … do not count on corporate media! Sad but true!
    Regarding visualization? Very cool stuff! A look at the same topic from different perspective.

    R.

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