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Chicago’s Murder Problem

in Data journalism

THE NEW YORK TIMES – There was a time when it looked as if Chicago would follow New York and Los Angeles into a kind of sustained peace. Then progress stalled in 2004, and the city has been through some…

Homan Square: an interactive portrait of Chicago’s detainees

in Data journalism

THE GUARDIAN – The Guardian began investigating Homan Square, a secretive Chicago police warehouse, in February 2015.After launching a transparency lawsuit, the Guardian has forced the Chicago police department to disclose internal records. This Interactive longform shows how big the…

World Giving Index

in Data art

Visualization for la Lettura, Il Corriere della Sera   –   08|02|14 The visualization shows the results of the research “World Giving Index”,conducted by the Charities Aid Foundation in more than 160 countries, that provide an insight into the scope and…

Freedom in countries

in Data art

Visualization for la Lettura, Il Corriere della Sera   –   15|03|15 The visualization shows the levels of freedom in countries examined by the report of Freedom House 2014, an independent observatory founded in US in 1941 to raise awareness about…

Desperate Crossing

in Multimedia articles

THE NEW YORK TIMES – Two tiny fishing boats drifted across the Mediterranean Sea. Crammed aboard were 733 would-be migrants, including 59 children under the age of 5. Most were from the impoverished and despotically ruled northeast African nation of…

Fatal Force

in Data journalism

In 2015, The Post created a database cataloging every fatal shooting nationwide by a police officer in the line of duty, collecting data on those who were killed and details of the shootings. The effort began because data compiled by…