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29 May 2018: This one-day course organised by London Freelance Branch will cover topics including: understanding data and risk, assessing data quality, surveys, data sources such as government and open data, freedom of information, combining and manipulating data and graphing.
16 April 2018: Investigative journalism training, including a stream on science journalism.
10 October 2017: If you’ve already been bitten by the #data journalism bug, you should know that #SQL is like #Excel, but on steroids! It makes data crunching flexible, faster, safer and more sophisticated. This one day course will teach you all you need to know to start using SQL.
1 September 2017: This one-day course organised by the NUJ and London Freelance Branch will cover understanding data and risk, assessing data quality, surveys, data sources such as government and open data, predictions (and how they should generally be avoided), freedom of information, combining and manipulating data, graphing and mapping.
24 August 2017: This Byline Festival event asks with the power of digital profiling and hidden offshore funds, and election rules being flouted and consensus automated,how do journalists investigate these new threats of informational warfare and fight the rise of weaponised fake news?
12 June 2017: This a one-day event will start or reinvigorate your career in science journalism. It will cover pitching and freelancing skills, data and investigative journalism and it will allow for networking and meeting many editors.