Tag: Open Data Philly

CPIJ update: December, 2015

CPIJ update: December, 2015

More than 90 journalists and journalism educators attended Philadelphia NewsTrain last month here at the Temple University School of Media and Communication. APME project director Linda Austin shared this photo of presenter Theodore Kim of The New York Times: Writing for mobile is good writing: clear, succinct subject-verb-object – @theotypes #PhillyNewsTrain pic.twitter.com/P73OKqYOfj — Linda Austin (@LindaAustin_)…

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Geek Awards, NABJ honors follow more CPIJ-supported projects

Geek Awards, NABJ honors follow more CPIJ-supported projects

New accolades are illuminating the success of several projects which have been supported by the Center for Public Interest Journalism. Open Data Philly: On Saturday night, The Philadelphia Geek Awards named Open Data Philly the 2015 Web Project of the Year. Open Data Philly — a partnership supported by CPIJ, the City of Philadelphia’s Office…

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Azavea announces Open Data Philly Visualization Contest

Azavea announces Open Data Philly Visualization Contest

In advance of the upcoming re-launch of Open Data Philly, Azavea has announced the Open Data Philly Visualization Contest. The competition invites designers, data scientists, developers and “anyone who enjoys exploring and visualizing open data” to share visualizations that utilize open data found on OpenDataPhilly.org. Up to 10 entries representing “creative and visually impactful” uses of…

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