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2021-06-15 | J++ Newsletter #114
For our 114th newsletter, we share a list of newsletters that we follow to keep up with the latest in data-driven journalism.

We'd love it if you wanted to reply with your favourites! And please hit us with open Slack and Telegram channels as well!
Data is Plural highlights interesting, new, or lesser-known datasets.
https://www.data-is-plural.com/

Data & Eggs focuses on showcasing inspirational data-driven visualisations.
https://thedataface.com/data-and-eggs

The European Data Journalism Network (of which we are members) has a newsletter highlighting data-driven work from network members and others.
https://europeandatajournalism.us16.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=f6e86bbf8c60c30fa541cf4dc&id=67b0ce6979

Naked Data is a general data journalism newsletter, originally focusing on South Africa, but now covering everything from and related to the global south.
https://nakeddata.org/

Fair Warning is a newsletter by Sophie Warnes that covers data journalism and data-driven storytelling in general
https://www.getrevue.co/profile/FairWarning

Quantum of Sollazzo is another one-man newletter, by Giuseppe Sollazzo, covering data analysis and visualisation (not limited to journalism), sometimes including an interview.
http://puntofisso.net/newsletter/

Journalism AI focuses on opportunities for media in “AI” (whatever you'd like to put in that word)
https://mailchi.mp/lse.ac.uk/journalismai

Algorithm Watch has a different take on AI; critically watching authority use of automation. Their newsletter hasn't come out in a few months, but hopefully they will be back again.
https://algorithmwatch.org/en/newsletter/

Conversations with Data is strictly speaking a podcast, but a transcript is also distributed as a newsletter. From Datajournalism.com
https://datajournalism.com/read/newsletters

Data Elixir is a data science newsletter. It's a bit on the technical side, but great if you want to stay up to date with the latest in machine learning, or other data analysis topics.
https://dataelixir.com/

Frontend Focus targets front-end web developers, but is again a great read if you just want to stay on top of what's going in web technology.
https://frontendfoc.us/

 

Finnish local elections


Finland held local elections on Sunday. Helsingin Sanomat and Yle are known to do good data journalism:

This step by step visualization från HS.fi does a good job of summarizing the results in visual and mobile-friendly way:
https://www.hs.fi/politiikka/art-2000008040180.html

Text robots do not necessarily raise eye brows anymore, but we like how YLE's Voitto bot generates social media-friendly images:
https://yle.fi/uutiset/3-11980737
 
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