Daniela Späth, Eva Lopez, Andy Giefer from Deutsche Welle (DW) present their first experience with AR and Instagram Face Filters — an innovative form of interactive journalism, conducive to highly shareable content.
How might we best tell data-driven stories on social media? A guest post by Eva Lopez, from the data team at Deutsche Welle.
A few weeks ago, we asked Lindsay Green-Barber to animate a webinar for EDJNet’s members and partners. She helped us think about the impact of our work and possible ways to increase it — both for EDJNet itself and for European data journalism more in general. Here Lindsay shares some of her thoughts.
It has been two years since the European Data Journalism Network (EDJNet) started making collaborative data journalism in Europe. It is high time to take stock of what has been achieved and what can be improved. After a few consultations with our 28 media partners, we launched a survey which aims to: gather information on the
COVID-19 pandemic exposes southern Europe’s nursing shortage Doctors and nurses per capita data are from Eurostat : in most cases, the figures are from 2017, although in Belgium, Denmark and Sweden, the numbers go back to 2016, and in Finland to 2014. In all cases, we compared the categories of practicing doctors and practicing nurses in each country. In some
European mobility in times of coronavirus This application, created by Civio for EDJNet, monitors three parameters daily versus to the usual pre-crises: pedestrian traffic, road traffic and flights. The information focuses only on European capitals. We use three sources: Airports. We use daily traffic data provided by EuroControl, broken down by airport. EuroControl provides the
EDJNet has done a data-driven analysis of rising temperatures in Italy between the 1960s and the 2010s, municipality by municipality. This note highlights the sources, the method and the techniques that were used
What we did and how we did it This article tries to answer a seemingly straightforward question: how easy it is for citizens in Europe to travel by train, and what explains differences within countries? In our attempt to answer this, we wanted to look at two measures – distances to train stations and