Our Open Data Day 2020

March 29, 2020

For the celebration of World Open Data Day 2020 in Bogotá we at Datasketch conducted a series of lightning talks from different organizations and individuals. Around 40 participants gathered to share stories showcasing projects around Open Data. There was a diverse group of journalists, infoactivists, researchers and data curious who gather to share experiences, projects and learn about the data community to the heat of some shots.

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If Maluma painted with his lyrics...

February 15, 2018

If Maluma painted with his lyrics, what would be the color palette of his songs? Would they be happy or sad pictures? What color predominates in his rhythms?

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AbreLatam received Datasketch's Urbano project

September 11, 2017

Datasketch-Urbano continues to talk, this time within the framework of the fifth version of Abrelatam that took place from August 23 to 25 in San José de Costa Rica.

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This interactive player shows which hits are really timeless

July 04, 2017

What are the timeless songs that are still popular after decades? Der Spiegel decided to answer this question by analyzing the most popular songs - filtered after decades - that Spotify has selected for Germany.

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These are the winners of the #dja2017

June 19, 2017

These are the first international awards recognizing outstanding work in the field of data journalism worldwide and were given during the DJA Awards Ceremony and Gala Dinner at Hofburg Palace in Vienna.

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If you win a Nobel, you may die from cancer

May 03, 2017

Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson and Frank Sinatra all died from a heart failure. They all had won a Grammy. Simple coincidence?

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Radio Garden: Tune into more than 8,000 radio stations around the world

April 29, 2017

An app developed by the Dutch Institute for Sound and Vision allows you to explore more than 8,000 radio stations around the world.

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Must read: #LaTierraEsclava

April 22, 2017

#LaTierraEsclava is the latest journalistic research published by Eldiario.es and El Faro. It analyzes the coffee, banana, cacao, sugar and palm plantations in four countries: Colombia, Guatemala, Honduras and Ivory Coast.

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¿Cómo ha sobrevivido el NYT a la crisis del periodismo?

April 06, 2017

El periodista catalán Ismael Nafría explora las estrategias de innovación que el diario estadounidense ha aplicado para reinventarse. 

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Countries interested in christmas

November 30, 2016


How often a particular search term occur during a specific time period in Google

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Santiago Ortiz, combining mathematical and artistic patterns

April 14, 2016

In the world of visualization there are many different faces: developers, inventors, mathematicians, designers. Santiago Ortiz is probably one of those characters that represents all and none of those at the same time.


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