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  1. Hi everyone! My name is Madolyn and I'm the editor of Conversations with Data. It's hard to believe, but this time last year we were only just testing our first versions internally with the team. Now, we're 23 editions in, having featured advice from 95 of you and 21 'ask me anythings' from experts in the field. But we're keen to make sure that our newsletter is serving the community properly. So, please use this thread to let us know what’s worked, what hasn’t, and topics or people you’d like to see us cover. Is there something you're struggling with? Or a data journalist you're dying to interview? Your wish is our command! (Oh, and if you're interested in reading up on Conversations with Data journey so far, check out our medium piece here.)
  2. One of my favourite things about data is its ability to help journalists unearth and report on hidden stories. In our next edition of Conversations with Data, we're looking at underreported subjects and advice for bringing them to light with data. Use this thread to list underreported topics, examples of data reporting on previously untold stories, or advice for journalists working on these beats. To get you started, we can think of a few areas where data and reporting are hard to come by: domestic violence, female sanitation issues, and elder abuse. Do you have any tips for reporting on these issues? Or know of any data journalists pursuing stories in these areas?
  3. To showcase the work of data journalists from all over the world, we're lucky to have Eva Constantaras with us for an AMA in our next edition of Conversations with Data. Eva is an investigative trainer, with teams in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Kenya, and author of Data Journalism By, About and For Marginalised Communities in the Data Journalism Handbook 2. So, use this thread to submit a question for Eva! Or email me to submit anonymously 👉 [email protected]
  4. Hi there, Our next edition of Conversations with Data will be featuring data journalism on the crime beat. We're looking for input from data journalists -- of any skill level -- about their experiences using data to tell stories about criminal justice. Whether it's your top sources of crime data, mistakes or lessons you've learnt on this beat, or advice for crime newbies, please share below!
  5. Got a question about the course? Or about learning Python? Post them here and instructor Winny de Jong will be answering them in our next edition of Conversations with Data.
  6. This is the general discussion topic for "Conversations with Data Issue #24 - Let's talk data vis". URL: https://datajournalism.com/read/newsletters/data-visualisation Publication date: 10 Apr 2019 Post here to discuss the article or ask questions, but don't let that stop you from creating new posts about this topic if you want to dive in deeper.
  7. Got a question about the course? Post them here and instructor Winny de Jong will be answering them in our next edition of Conversations with Data.
  8. This is the general discussion topic for "Conversations with Data Issue #22 - Why we love journalistic databases". URL: https://www.datajournalism.com/read/newsletters/why-we-love-journalistic-databases Publication date: 27 Mar 2019 Post here to discuss the article or ask questions, but don't let that stop you from creating new posts about this topic if you want to dive in deeper.
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