Among the many debates that follow elections, there is one that usually gets most attention among data journalists and people with an interest in data visualisation: electoral maps. This is not a purely aesthetic debate, as both newsreaders and political pundits make sense of election results through these maps, reaching often debatable conclusions.A common one,
An introduction to the Data Search Engine, developed by the European Data Journalism Network to make it easier for journalists to find relevant material in the two European open data portals.
On Tuesday, January 23, 2018, the European Data Journalism Network was presented to the European Parliament.
How a group of media outlets joined forces to set up a collaborative platform to cover European affairs in the era of post-truth and alternative facts.
We published an analysis of temperature trends in 558 cities and their surroundings in Europe. A few hours after publication, several commenters pointed out that the temperature data for some cities were probably erroneous.