Posts Tagged ‘sarah cohen’

How Data Visualization can shape Story Reporting

by Randall Handon April 14, 2009
Sarah Cohen, database editor for The Washington Post’s investigative team and recently named professor of computational journalism at Duke University, presented at a recent National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting conference on how reporters can use interactive graphics for exploratory reporting. She recently talked to Steve Myers at PoynterOnline about how it can be used. Can […]