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Data journalism matters more now than ever before

Here’s an interesting thing: data journalism is the mainstream. Or indeed: Data journalism is just journalism. It’s been threatening to do this ever since I wrote this piece.  Now it’s everywhere. If 2014 was the year that saw new outlets develop their own brands of data journalism (think 538, The Upshot, Vox…), and 2015 was the … Continue reading

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