I am running a new one-day course, Deeper into data journalism, on Friday 28 June at the National Union of Journalists’ headquarters in London. It is designed for those with some experience of data journalism as well as those who have taken one of my introductory courses on this topic.
The course will cover the following areas:
- Data on places and people, including where to find reliable demographic and economic information on areas of the UK and countries.
- What data you can usefully get from Google and other huge technology companies – and their limitations.
- How to produce better data visualisation, including the best services to use.
- How to bring data to life through the language you use.
The course, organised by the union’s London Freelance Branch, costs £55 for NUJ members (£45 for student members) and £110 for non-members.
You can book here, or get in touch if you would like to know more about the course.