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Rani Molla: data for journalism

New episode of the Data Journalism Podcast out today with an interview with Rani Molla. Rani is a senior correspondent at Vox Media, reporting for Recode on the intersection between work, technology and the future. She uses data to tell stories every day, whether it’s about our return to the office (or lack of), the impacts of … Continue reading

Florence Nightingale and the history of dataviz

RJ Andrews is the founder of data design studio Info We Trust and author of a new series of books delving into the deep history of of data visualisation and storytelling. In this episode of the pod, he talks about three significant parts of the history of data visuals: Florence Nightingale, Emma Willard and Étienne-Jules Marey. While Nightingale … Continue reading

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