Our weekly round-up of the best of data on the web.
This week we look inside a radio station (via Twitter), examine the role of money in the US Presidential election, track murder in Guatemala and explore the age when we are at our most creative. It’s The Week In Data!
After an all too brief summer break, our weekly data digest returns to explore murder in the US, the meaning of a neighbourhood, Great British Bands and the farthest reaches of the galaxy. It’s The Week In Data!
This week our data-journalists are going stir-crazy in their mid-summer hibernation. We’re singing, training for the Olympics, taking a stroll through the history of thought…and playing with Lego: It’s The Week in Data
Alright then – one more before we hit the beach. Some interactive data visualisations that teach us about employment in the US, how we feel about food and much much more: it’s The Week in Data.
An app that explores the complex world of digital diplomacy; visualising the Greek elections; the Olympics in numbers; and how data as fashion consultant – it’s The Week In Data.
Infographic CV’s, Euro 2012, the NBA finals and the most dangerous countries in the G20 for women – the data force is strong in our pick of the best projects of the week.
Pink and blue squares, orange and yellow bubbles and some visualisations of public transport data: the coolest data projects of the week brought to you by OWNI’s dedicated data team.
What is the most common birthday? Where are you at risk of encountering a tornado? What country consumes the most water? And why do girls rule social networks?
This week: the Swiss army knife of data journalism, visualising your diet, some more New York Times love and the dark side of data.
This week we pick our favourites from the recently announced nominees for the Data Journalism Awards, nine examples of data-driven journalism at its finest.
This week we give thanks for the Data Journalism Handbook, and get lost in the tangled worlds of novel plots, nuclear relationships and the Paris metro.
To celebrate the launch of the Data Journalism Handbook (“our bible” – OWNI’s data journalists), here’s an extract in which leading data enthusiasts suggest why they believe data journalism is important.
Our weekly round-up of the best of data on the web, as chosen by OWNI’s team of data journalists.
In this week’s round-up of data-driven projects: watercolour maps, GPS genius, a sci-fi timeline and radical cartography. It’s The Week In Data!
Our weekly review of data journalism on the web, with the usual helping of breathtaking visualizations, inspiring citizen projects and tips on how to get involved yourself.
We hardly give them a second glance, but terms of service (ToS) can have a huge impact on our legal status and online rights. OWNI’s infographic helps you to cut through the legal jargon and microscopic print.
While the Obama campaign’s unprecedented use of big data and gamification techniques might be helping them to engage citizens and strengthen his re-election bid, what impact will their digital approach have on privacy, transparency and democracy?
Fifty years after the Evian Accords, El Watan and OWNI launch a joint project bringing together still classified military and administrative archives, personal accounts, photographs and never before published documents related to the Algerian War.
Our weekly review of data journalism on the web, with the usual helping of breathtaking visualizations, inspiring citizen projects and pretty, pretty colours. Carpe Data!
Our weekly round-up of the weird and wonderful world of data journalism returns, with an update on the progress of open data in France and the UK, an anatomy of an infographic, and visions of the future…
Our weekly dispatch from the world of data – featuring some vintage data visualizations, jaw-dropping ‘big data’ apps, the Super Bowl and two data disappointments from our American colleagues.
In Europe security services have been sending thousands of Silent SMS messages, allowing them to locate and track phones without the recipient’s knowledge. A legal vacuum exists around the technique.