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A Curated Collection of All the DataViz Methods: The Data Visualization Catalogue

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If you've ever struggled with what visualization to create to best show the data you have, The Data Visualization Catalogue might provide just the help you

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Una Sinnott's curator insight, February 2, 2014 4:54 PM

A great collection of data visualisation tools, categorised by the characteristics of the data you want to show.

Juliana Elisa Raffaghelli's curator insight, February 19, 2014 7:14 AM

Rappresentare: raccontare la realtà in modo tale da attrarre in modo efficace l'attenzione del nostro interlocutore/lettore. In una società iperconnessa e dialogica, fondamentale competenza.

Cori Zuppo's curator insight, May 18, 2014 10:21 AM

The Data Visualization Catalogue is a powerful tool to guide selection of data visualization methodologies. I am looking forward to incorporating this resource into my courses wherever possible. 

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Social Media Etiquette for Journalists: The Rules Have Changed

Social Media Etiquette for Journalists: The Rules Have Changed | ciberpocket | Scoop.it

Ever since Facebook and Twitter emerged as key tools for news, journalists and newsrooms have performed a high-wire act: They need to use social media to engage their audience in new and inventive ways, while also maintaining ethical standards.

 

Achieving that balance has been rocky for many reporters, and several have faced serious consequences for speaking their minds in 140 characters or less.

 

But some practices that were frowned upon in the early days of social media engagement are no longer verboten, according to top social media editors who participated on the panel “Social Media Debate: Best Practices vs. Bad Habits” at the Online News Association’s 2012 conference in San Francisco. Associated Press social media editor Eric Carvin was the moderator.

 

Here are the social media points of etiquette that have changed the most in recent years.

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