Egyptian Bots, Pocket Inequality, Loner Jobs and Knife Emergencies
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Egyptian Bots, Pocket Inequality, Loner Jobs and Knife Emergencies

GIJN |
August 24, 2018

What’s the global data journalism community tweeting about this week?


Our NodeXL #ddj mapping from Aug 13 to 19 finds @puddingviz proving that women’s pockets are inferior to men’s once and for all, @vizzuality on cartographers presenting nocturnal activity in daytime maps, @InfoTimes_ discovering the bots behind political debate in Egypt, @Bahareh360 on where to study ddj, and @hnrklndbrg’s visualizations on everything from loner jobs to knife emergency-room visits.

Pudding’s Pocket Inequality

Women worldwide already know the pockets on women’s jeans are impractically tiny, and now Pudding has provided the data and analysis to prove it. Dive into the data of pocket inequality.

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