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Friday, August 26 • 15:45 - 16:00
Dígame sus datos / Tell me your data

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El periodismo de datos a menudo implica escribir historias conducidas por o apoyadas con datasets. Las organizaciones de noticias hacen cada vez más disponibles los datos detrás de sus historias de datos. Pero mostrar los datos detrás de historias de datos no es suficiente. La exposición del trabajo es un paso adelante, pero todavía podríamos hacer mejor. En vez de la sólo exposición, tenemos que comenzar a decir a nuestros auditorios cómo fuimos de datos crudos al descubrimiento periodístico interesante. Hagamos "la narración" de nuestros datos el siguiente paso en el periodismo de datos.

Idioma/Language: English, traducción simultánea
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Data journalism often involves writing stories driven by or supported with datasets. News orgs are increasingly making the data behind their data stories publicly available. But showing the data behind data stories is not enough. Showing work is a step forward, but we could still do better. Instead of just showing, we need to start telling our audiences how we got from raw data to interesting journalistic finding. Let's make "telling" our data the next step in data journalism.

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Christine Zhang

Los Angeles Times
Christine Zhang is a Knight-Mozilla OpenNews Fellow at the Los Angeles Times Data Desk, where she works with a team of programmers, data analysts, and developers to find meaning in numbers. Before she was a journalist, she was a statistical data analyst and economist in Washington, DC, working on issues about the global economy. During her fellowship, she'd like to help bring stats nerds, econ nerds, and news nerds closer together to tell... Read More →


Friday August 26, 2016 15:45 - 16:00
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