Our latest interactive data visualisation projects and data journalism projects for the web:
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Geo-information systems are used to process and analyse spatial and non-spatial data. Online mapping libraries make this data come alive on a web page. The wide range of GIS tools that we use are mostly open source.
Computer-assisted reporting has been around for a while. Now we can use data to tell stories.
this is Datacandy:
Kevin is a developer, spatial analyst, digital cartographer and map geek. He also spends a lot of time inspecting code in browsers and going to tech meetups. Before he discovered web development, he worked as a hardware engineer. Kevin loves shiny web technology and can often be found experimenting with new visualisation libraries. He has a particular interest in education, health and urban design. To him, the concept of Open Data represents transparency, accessibility and citizen engagement. Most of Kevin's projects have been based around countries in the developing world.
Ben is a data journalist and digital technology innovation geek. Before going into data journalism he started a tech company several years ago. Data driven journalism gives him the chance to tell stories in a new and different, sometimes more effective manner. It allows him to add more context and meaning to topics such as tech innovation, helping people understand the background of which problems innovators try to solve and why. Ben tells the story of innovation in a new data-driven way, that allows others to see more clearly where the journey of new emerging industries go.
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