Category Archives: networks

New Project: “Save Our Air”

Today the Public Data Lab is launching its Save Our Air project, which explores how data can be used to attend to and assemble people around different aspects of air pollution. As well as focusing on how data can represent air pollution levels in the context of science and policy, it looks at how “situating […]

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Japanese Translation of “A Field Guide to ‘Fake News’ and Other Information Disorders”

The Japan Center of Education for Journalists (JCEJ) has just published a Japanese translation of the Public Data Lab‘s Field Guide to “Fake News” and Other Information Disorders. You can download the PDF here. I provided the following quote to accompany their announcement: We’re delighted to see the Japanese translation of the Field Guide to […]

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New Project: MiniVAN for the Visual Analysis of Networks

I’m happy to announce that the Public Data Lab has received funding from Sage Publishing to develop a project called MiniVAN. This will be a simple tool to facilitate the visual analysis of networks and online publication of results. Further details are copied below. MiniVAN will be an easy-to-use tool that will support non-specialist social […]

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Preprint on “Visual Network Exploration for Data Journalists”, Routledge Handbook of Developments in Digital Journalism Studies

We’ve recently uploaded a new preprint for a book chapter on “Visual Network Exploration for Data Journalists”, which is to be published in the forthcoming Routledge Handbook to Developments in Digital Journalism Studies (Abingdon: Routledge, 2018) edited by Scott Eldridge II and Bob Franklin. This is part of a series of collaborations with Tommaso Venturini, […]

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Joining King’s College London as Lecturer in Critical Infrastructure Studies

This has been under wraps for a while, but it has just been publicly announced that I’ll be joining the Department of Digital Humanities at King’s College London as Lecturer in Critical Infrastructure Studies. The department is a world-leading centre for doing social and cultural research both with and about the digital. It is one […]

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New Book Chapter: “Exploring the Narrative Affordances of Graphs with the Iliad” in The Datafied Society, Amsterdam University Press

A book chapter that I co-authored on “How to Tell Stories with Networks: Exploring the Narrative Affordances of Graphs with the Iliad” has just been published in The Datafied Society: Studying Culture Through Data (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press) edited by Karin van Es and Mirko Tobias Schäfer. The chapter was written by Tommaso Venturini (INRIA), Liliana […]

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