DJA selected projects

2016
Working with Full Fact and other expert organisations, The Telegraph’s data team took the biggest claims of the EU referendum – an equal amount from both sides – and sought to assess if they were...
Country: United Kingdom
2016
The Telegraph has undergone a range of important structural changes over the past year, with the net effect of these changes being that data journalism has become a more integral part of how the...
Country: United Kingdom
2016
In 2015, a group of students from the Columbia University School of Journalism in New York - led by journalist and professor Giannina Segnini- - proposed an extensive collection of international data...
Country: United States
2016
With DeathTolls Experience, up-and-coming Iranian virtual reality artist Ali Eslami is seeking to resensitize the general public to the reality behind the abstract statistics on the hundreds of...
Country: Iran
2016
The editorial team was assembled in the fall of 2016 to serve as a temporary digital spearhead to cover the American presidential election, and was based in DR’s Investigative Data Team. The purpose...
Country: Denmark
2016
In December 2015 a three-person panel was appointed by government with responsibility for formulating a strategy for the disbanding of Northern Ireland’s paramilitary groupings. The panel was not...
Country: United Kingdom
2017
On 23 June 2016 the United Kingdom voted narrowly to leave the European Union, by 52% to 48%. The results of the referendum were counted and announced in 399 official counting areas, largely based on...
Country: United Kingdom
2016
The map gathers information about the election in the 5,568 Brazilian cities. But not just that. It also leads to maps of electoral zones in 53 cities - the largest ones in the country. The general...
Country: Brazil
2016
The 'Who do I Choose?' (Quem eu escolho?) project was made with the intention of helping people of the largest Brazilian city (São Paulo) to decide their vote for the City Council. How to...
Country: Brazil
2017
This project chronicles the experience of Doris Truong, a Washington Post editor, who found herself at the heart of a political controversy and was consequently trolled by thousands of users. For the...
Country: United States

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