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
& Stanford Journalism Lecturer Dan Nguyen
) would like to explore what drives these decisions. Help us out by filling out this short questionnaire.
How big is your team? (if applicable)
About how many editorial employees does your organization have?
Number of years at current organization
Number of years in journalism
Field(s) you worked in before you worked in journalism, if any?
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?
Data visualization scripts
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