Features / mapping
OpenNews Fellow Noah Veltman breaks down the design and code decisions behind his History of SF Place Names map.
The second in a series of interviews with Knight International Journalism Fellows.
The first in a series of interviews with Knight International Journalism Fellows.
New Scientist’s Peter Aldhous and NPR’s Chris Amico break down the data, mapping, and interface details of their collaboration on Your Warming World.
Last month, ProPublica launched the Living Apart series with an investigation into the Fair Housing Act of 1968 and an interactive map showing the migration of African Americans from 1890-2010.
Last week, ProPublica released an explainer on fires, chemical spills, explosions, and other incidents related to US oil and gas pipelines, along with an interactive map and a series of charts and tables. Reporter-designer-developer Lena Groeger explains how the project came about, what challenges she encountered, and how she assembled the final presentation.
How the Mother Jones nerd desk whipped up a multi-layered map of verified incidents of voter suppression for the 2012 US elections.
Simon Rogers on the rapid development of their verified Sandy events map and dataset.
As superstorm Sandy approached the East Coast of the US, newsdev teams ranging from large to tiny created maps, charts, trackers, and tables about the storm’s path, expected effects, and civic responses.
How the WNYC data team turned California’s live elections data into an embeddable map based on a