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I’ve been invited to give a “very provocative talk” on what humanitarian response will look like in 2025 for the annual Global Policy Forum organized by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in New York.
Here's a piece of something I'm working on--the long-promised & coming-soon "vaccine risk-perception report." This section discusses the "cultural predisposition" measurement strategy that I concluded would be most useful for the study.
A quick recipe for extracting images from PDFs… For example, Shell Nigeria has a site that lists oil spills along with associated links to PDF docs that contain photos corresponding to the oil spill: Running an import.io scraper over the site can...
To facilitate patient involvement in online health community and obtain informative support and emotional support they need, a topic identification approach was proposed in this paper for identifying automatically topics of the health-related...
Philip Meyer is professor emeritus and former holder of the Knight Chair in Journalism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He researches in the areas of journalism quality, precision journalism, civic journalism, polling, the newspaper industry, and communications technology. Meyer was a Nieman Fellow in 1966-1967.
Some of the best business journalism is being committed on the Web, and much of it is being done on sites not connected to newspapers. This should be a lesson in how to avoid making local business sections suck, as Phillip Blanchard put it.
WASHINGTON DC — Journalism educators can now apply for a $1 million challenge encouraging universities to create teams that will experiment with new ways of providing news and information, run by the Online News Association, the world’s largest...
I’m working on the 2nd edition of our textbook, Gould & Ryan, and was looking for some examples of bad statistical graphics. Last time, I used FBI data and created a good and bad graphic from the data.
Computational Journalism, Spring 2013, Lecture 6: Knowledge Representation. Posted on November 14, 2013 by johnkrol. Structured and unstructured data. Article metadata and schema.org. Linked open data and RDF.