CartoDB the Data Analysis Technology for New Media


Elevate data journalism with CartoDB! Join us at Jornada de Periodismo de Datos conference. Explore workshops, webinars, and stay informed with our Geo-Jour Newsletter.

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CartoDB the Data Analysis Technology for New Media


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In practice  journalist require the most trusty and reliable information to disseminate messages to the public. There is no better way to do that than by aggregating facts  or data  and analyzing and providing that analysis in the most accessible way possible. To do so  journalists across sectors and media need a technology that is compatible with the realities of the modern newsroom and provides data analysis on the go. CartoDB is that technology for the new media sector.

CartoDB will be attending the fourth annual Jornada de Periodismo de Datos conference  organized by Open Knowledge Spain on data journalism and open data. This year  talks  workshops  and discussions will be focused on displaying data visually  digital literacy  open data  and security and privacy.

CartoDB’s Ramiro Aznar will be giving an introductory workshop on CartoDB for journalist and Ernesto Martínez will be hosting an advanced workshop. Join Erik Escoffier  as he talks about all the latest CartoDB news. Additionally  we’ll be hosting a happy hour later in the day. You can view the agenda for Friday  May 6 here.

As the U.S. continues to ramp up for the presidential elections this year  journalist and media outlets have a lot at stake with keeping the public informed and up-to-date with the latest in campaign news. How can your news outlet distinguish itself from the rest of the politico noise out there? Data-driven visualizations  that’s how! Join our ‘Mapping Elections’ webinar  tomorrow  hosted by Erik to learn how to build the most visually stunning elections maps.

And don’t forget to register for our [Geo-Jour Newsletter] to stay up-to-date on new resources  projects  and events for the media sector.

Happy Data Mapping!