s2tephen

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Dispatches from #NICAR14: Proper workflows for data projects

I'm currently in Baltimore for the 2014 conference for NICAR (National Institute of Computer Assisted Reporting). In this series, I'll be liveblogging the various talks and workshops I attend — keep in mind, this is by no means exhaustive coverage of all the cool stuff going on at the conference. For more, check out Chrys Wu's index of slides, tutorials, links, and tools or follow #nicar14 on Twitter. Read on for my summary of a panel discussion of the legal issues around scraping for journalism. Thanks to Nathaniel Lash and Taylor Goldenstein for their help liveblogging.

Dispatches from #NICAR14: Holding algorithms accountable

I'm currently in Baltimore for the 2014 conference for NICAR (National Institute of Computer Assisted Reporting). In this series, I'll be liveblogging the various talks and workshops I attend — keep in mind, this is by no means exhaustive coverage of all the cool stuff going on at the conference. For more, check out Chrys Wu's index of slides, tutorials, links, and tools or follow #nicar14 on Twitter. Read on for my summary of a panel discussion on holding algorithms accountable. Thanks to Nathaniel Lash for his help liveblogging.

Dispatches from #NICAR14: Mohammed Haddad and Robert Benincasa on harnessing the power of the crowd

I'm currently in Baltimore for the 2014 conference for NICAR (National Institute of Computer Assisted Reporting). In this series, I'll be liveblogging the various talks and workshops I attend — keep in mind, this is by no means exhaustive coverage of all the cool stuff going on at the conference. For more, check out Chrys Wu's index of slides, tutorials, links, and tools or follow #nicar14 on Twitter. Read on for my summary of Mohammed Haddad and Robert Benincasa's presentation on the crowdsourced story.

Dispatches from #NICAR14: Hacks or Hackers?

I'm currently in Baltimore for the 2014 conference for NICAR (National Institute of Computer Assisted Reporting). In this series, I'll be liveblogging the various talks and workshops I attend — keep in mind, this is by no means exhaustive coverage of all the cool stuff going on at the conference. For more, check out Chrys Wu's index of slides, tutorials, links, and tools or follow #nicar14 on Twitter. Read on for my summary of a panel discussion of the legal issues around scraping for journalism. Thanks to Nathaniel Lash for his help liveblogging.

Dispatches from #NICAR14: Jennifer LaFleur and David Donald on the data-driven story

I'm currently in Baltimore for the 2014 conference for NICAR (National Institute of Computer Assisted Reporting). In this series, I'll be liveblogging the various talks and workshops I attend — keep in mind, this is by no means exhaustive coverage of all the cool stuff going on at the conference. For more, check out Chrys Wu's index of slides, tutorials, links, and tools or follow #nicar14 on Twitter. Read on for my summary of Jennifer LaFleur and David Donald's presentation on conceiving and launching a data-driven story.

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