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Thirty years of Atlantic hurricanes

in Data journalism

AXIOS VISUALS – Hurricane Irma is forecast to be the second major hurricane to stroke the mainland United States in as many weeks. With two devastating storms already in the books, the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season is shaping up to…

A Year of Suicide Bombings

in Data art/Data journalism/Visual Journalism

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL – Terror attacks have proliferated in recent years, even as international military forces have stepped up the fight against extremist groups. To put these attacks in perspective, we analyzed 2016’s suicide bombings compiled by the Institute of…

Lost Mothers

in Data journalism/Visual Journalism

PRO PUBLICA – The U.S. has the highest rate of maternal mortality in the developed world. Yet these deaths of women from causes related to pregnancy or childbirth are almost invisible. When a new or expectant mother dies, her obituary rarely…

How Well Do You Know the World?

in Data journalism/Multimedia articles

THE NEW YORK TIMES – The 19th-century Warehouse District of  Hamburg, the Sacred Valley of Peru or Puerto Escondido in Mexico. These are three of 52 must see places according to the NYT. How well do you know this sites? See…

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