A data journalism roundup from The Economist?
The Economist's data journalism department produces data-driven stories, interactive graphics, charts and maps on a daily basis. Your answers to this short survey will help us to gauge whether there is appetite among our readers for a data journalism roundup. Thank you for taking part.
How familiar are you with data journalism and visualisations?
Very, I'm a professional who specialises in data science/journalism/research
I just enjoy reading data-driven stories
Not much, but I'm interested in it
I'm not interested
We’re considering starting a regular roundup of The Economist’s data journalism and visualisations. The roundup could be a regular blog post or newsletter. Would you be interested in it?
What do you think a roundup should be for? Tick all that apply
A way to see The Economist’s data journalism in one place
To offer insights into The Economist’s team of data journalists
To help you to stay in touch with what’s happening broadly in data journalism and visualisation
To help you to understand and analyse data stories in the news
What content would you like to see? Tick all that apply
An overview of The Economist’s most recent data journalism
A spotlight on one piece of The Economist’s data journalism and an in-depth explanation of how we built the story
Links to data pieces from different news outlets suggested by our team
A discussion of trends and developments in data journalism and visualisation
Listings for events in data journalism and visualisation
Links to publicly accessible data sets used by The Economist
Data literacy tips, eg how to read a complex chart
Tips and tricks - how to work with data
Any more thoughts on a data roundup?
Do you have a paid subscription to The Economist? There's no right answer; we're just curious.
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