Le “graph search”, lancé en 2013, est un large ensemble de requêtes qui permet de savoir quelles sont les photos prises dans tel lieu, qui travaille dans telle entreprise, qui sont les célibataires dans telle ou telle ville, etc. S’il a toujours du mal avec les orthographes approximatives, chercher dans Facebook peut amener de bien […]
The goal of the Phoenix Data Project (PDP) is to be the realization of the stated goals of the Open Event Data Alliance. In short, the PDP makes use of open-source tools (more information about these tools can be found here) to generate a series of freely available datasets. Since all tools used to create these datasets are open and available, it is relatively easy for end users to audit the datasets and obtain a sense of the true data generating process.
How do you research thoroughly, save time, and get directly to the source you wish to find? Editor and Cofounder of InfoDOCKET Gary Price, and Research Editor for Investigations at The Intercept Margot Williams, shared their Top 100 Data Research Tools. Overwhelmed with information; we asked Williams and Price to refine their tools and research strategies down to a Top 10.
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