For journalists interested in data, the website Source – which was set up by the Knight-Mozilla OpenNews project – is a valuable platform to hear from others working with data in varying ways at different media outlets, and learn new techniques along the way.
In a recent post, Jonathan Stray tackles a number of challenges journalists may face in actually getting hold of the data within a document, such as working with PDF files, or how to organise information when faced with thousands of pages of data.Tags: Data journalism, documents, jonathan stray, journalism tops, Source
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