GIJN’s Data Journalism Top 10: Number Jungles, Gender Gaps, Uber Maps, Brexit Woes
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GIJN’s Data Journalism Top 10: Number Jungles, Gender Gaps, Uber Maps, Brexit Woes

Kira Zalan & Connected Action |
November 16, 2018

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


Our NodeXL #ddj mapping from November 5 to November 11 finds employment problems in the UK from @FinancialTimes, Polish data counter-narratives with @gazeta_wyborcza, cool geospatial analysis toys from @Uber, plus the launches of new data labs with @AlterEco_, data articles with @fstalph and @eborgesrey and data newsletters with .

French independent media website @AlterEco_ has launched its data lab to help the public navigate “the jungle of numbers that saturate the public debate.” The free websitefeatures brilliant illustrations, with data on everything from demographic stats of new French MPs to cities with the most @Airbnb ads. (In French.)

Mind the (Gender) Gap

The UK’s Office for National Statistics (@ONSpublished an article, along with the dataset, exploring the commuting patterns of men and women across the country. It turns out that men account for 65 percent of commutes that last longer than an hour. The clean and clear charts from  and  were a hit with data lovers.

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