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How to make a multi-screen interactive

Sometimes you’ll want to join more than one map, chart or other visual together  — but if you’re not a developer it can be a little tricky. This is where the iframe scaffolder by Paris-based developer from Journalism++ Pierre Romera comes in. I made this map — used by Mother Jones — using the tool, which made it simple to … Continue reading

Twitter Reverb: how we made a new #dataviz tool

Anybody who tells you that working with big data is straightforward is probably lying. Often, what you’re trying to do is to filter it down, make it simpler and easier to deal with. Twitter data is no exception—there are more than 500 million tweets sent every day and if you’re “non-eng” (not an engineer), that is … Continue reading

How to put girls off from all forms of programming/tech by Emma der Mulqueeny

How to put girls off from all forms of programming/tech by Emma der Mulqueeny.

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