News orgs: How do you share your data with the public?
There are a lot of data stories in journalism. Sometimes news organizations make their underlying data and methodology available to the public, sometimes they don't. We (L.A. Times Knight-Mozilla Fellow Christine Zhang https://twitter.com/christinezhang & Stanford Journalism Lecturer Dan Nguyen https://twitter.com/dancow) would like to explore what drives these decisions. Help us out by filling out this short questionnaire.

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Name *
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Organization *
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Job Title *
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Team/Department *
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How big is your team? (if applicable)
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About how many editorial employees does your organization have?
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Number of years at current organization
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Number of years in journalism
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Field(s) you worked in before you worked in journalism, if any?
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How often does your news org share the data and/or methods behind data stories? *
What parts of your data stories/projects have you/your team shared? *
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