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Tuesday, May 18
 

14:00 CEST

Scraping from scratch
You may have come across acronyms like HTTP and HTML, but what does it all mean, and what does it matter? The principals that underpin the web are likely simpler than you think. Understanding these ideas can help you scrape information you need from the web, as well as comprehend how, exactly, your stories reach your readers. No technical knowledge required.

Moderators
avatar for Adriana Homolova

Adriana Homolova

Proud coordinator of the DH data training 📊, Freelance data journalist

Speakers
avatar for Max Harlow

Max Harlow

Financial Times
Max Harlow works with the visual and data journalism team at the Financial Times in London. He has previously worked on investigations at the Guardian and at the Bureau of Investigative Journalism. He co-runs Journocoders, a group for journalists who want to develop technical ski... Read More →


Tuesday May 18, 2021 14:00 - 15:15 CEST
Online

17:00 CEST

CANCELLED: Data sprint, stage 1
Do you want to practise the data skills you have learned in a fun and interactive way? Join the Data Sprint – 3 interconnected sessions in which you will solve a series of data-driven puzzles to get your reporting team on the right story, in the right place at the right time.

Speakers
avatar for Trine Smistrup

Trine Smistrup

Program director, ARENA for Journalism in Europe
avatar for Jonathan Stoneman

Jonathan Stoneman

Data journalism trainer, Freelance (UK)


Tuesday May 18, 2021 17:00 - 18:30 CEST
Online
 
Wednesday, May 19
 

14:00 CEST

No database, no problem
When and How to Create Your Own Dataset: Even if you're lucky enough to work somewhere with a strong open records law, sometimes the best data stories star with no database at all. In this class, we'll discuss when it's appropriate to build your own database out of documents or other records, and everything you'll need to consider to do the job correctly.

Moderators
avatar for Adriana Homolova

Adriana Homolova

Proud coordinator of the DH data training 📊, Freelance data journalist

Speakers
avatar for Rob Gebeloff

Rob Gebeloff

Robert Gebeloff is a New Yorks Times reporter specializing in data analysis. He works on in-depth stories where numbers help augment traditional reporting.


Wednesday May 19, 2021 14:00 - 15:00 CEST
Online
 
Thursday, May 20
 

12:00 CEST

European Journalism Training Association - Teachers' Conference
More than 100 journalism teachers from all over Europe meet to discuss how to teach data journalism. The program has been developed in close collaboration with Dataharvest - the European Investigative Journalism Conference.


Speakers
avatar for Brigitte Alfter

Brigitte Alfter

director, Arena for Journalism in Europe
Brigitte Alfter is a senior German-Danish journalist and director for Arena for Journalism in Europe. Having practiced journalism for more than a decade on local, national and European level, she realised the need for cross-border collaborative journalism structures. She develops... Read More →


Thursday May 20, 2021 12:00 - 18:30 CEST
Online

14:00 CEST

Scraping without programming
Do you love the endless copy pasting? If you do, this session is not for you. We will show you how to scrape from Google Docs and how to use the chrome extension tool "Scraper".

If you would like to follow along, please download the extension Scraper and Web scraper for your Google Chrome before the session (they only work in Chrome).You can also build the 'ImportJSON' function in your Google Sheets Here or here

Speakers
avatar for Adriana Homolova

Adriana Homolova

Proud coordinator of the DH data training 📊, Freelance data journalist
avatar for Carmen Aguilar García

Carmen Aguilar García

Senior Data Journalist, Sky News
Data journalist at Sky News. Scraping, cleaning, data analysis, visual storytelling but above all JOURNALISM!


Thursday May 20, 2021 14:00 - 15:15 CEST
Online
 
Friday, May 21
 

09:30 CEST

European Journalism Training Association - Teachers' Conference
More than 100 journalism teachers from all over Europe meet to discuss how to teach data journalism. The program has been developed in close collaboration with Dataharvest - the European Investigative Journalism Conference.


Speakers
avatar for Brigitte Alfter

Brigitte Alfter

director, Arena for Journalism in Europe
Brigitte Alfter is a senior German-Danish journalist and director for Arena for Journalism in Europe. Having practiced journalism for more than a decade on local, national and European level, she realised the need for cross-border collaborative journalism structures. She develops... Read More →


Friday May 21, 2021 09:30 - 12:30 CEST
Online

16:00 CEST

Tracking industrial emissions - from ETS data to companies' registries
The UK has pledged that by 2050, the amount of carbon dioxide emitted by all the cars, homes and industry in the country will be net-zero. Manufacturing and industry - that are the drivers of the country’s economy and important job providers- often escape public scrutiny. Data-led investigation from Sky News found out that 15 firms are responsible for around a sixth of all the UK's annual greenhouse gas emissions.
In order to crunch the numbers and understand who the big companies behind specific installations are, data journalist Carmen Aguilar Garcia had to analyse the European Emission Trade system data and cross-check it with the companies’ registries. In this session, she will take us through her investigation process, and share with us tips on how to deal with the ETS data.

Read Sky News investigation HERE.

Moderators
avatar for Jelena Prtoric

Jelena Prtoric

Journalist / Arena Climate & Energy Network Coordinator, Arena for Journalism in Europe

Speakers
avatar for Carmen Aguilar García

Carmen Aguilar García

Senior Data Journalist, Sky News
Data journalist at Sky News. Scraping, cleaning, data analysis, visual storytelling but above all JOURNALISM!


Friday May 21, 2021 16:00 - 17:15 CEST
Online
 
Tuesday, May 25
 

11:00 CEST

The data state of mind: Where to get it
When looking for the data you need, it helps to have a method: Jonathan Stoneman shares his in this interactive session.

Moderators
avatar for Adriana Homolova

Adriana Homolova

Proud coordinator of the DH data training 📊, Freelance data journalist

Speakers
avatar for Jonathan Stoneman

Jonathan Stoneman

Data journalism trainer, Freelance (UK)


Tuesday May 25, 2021 11:00 - 12:15 CEST
Online

14:00 CEST

How to think about data: get organised and avoid mistakes with better working practices
This session will explain concepts as well as cover tips, tricks, and traps to avoid which will make your work with spreadsheets easier and more effective. This will include wide versus tall data, separating semantics from presentation, how to name things, and data validation techniques. In short: everybody who regularly works with spreadsheets should listen in.

Moderators
avatar for Adriana Homolova

Adriana Homolova

Proud coordinator of the DH data training 📊, Freelance data journalist

Speakers
avatar for Max Harlow

Max Harlow

Financial Times
Max Harlow works with the visual and data journalism team at the Financial Times in London. He has previously worked on investigations at the Guardian and at the Bureau of Investigative Journalism. He co-runs Journocoders, a group for journalists who want to develop technical ski... Read More →


Tuesday May 25, 2021 14:00 - 15:15 CEST
Online

17:00 CEST

CANCELLED: Data sprint, stage 2
Do you want to practise the data skills you have learned in a fun and interactive way? We continue the Data Sprint – 3 interconnected sessions in which you will solve a series of data-driven puzzles to get your reporting team on the right story, in the right place at the right time.

Moderators
avatar for Trine Smistrup

Trine Smistrup

Program director, ARENA for Journalism in Europe

Speakers
avatar for Jonathan Stoneman

Jonathan Stoneman

Data journalism trainer, Freelance (UK)


Tuesday May 25, 2021 17:00 - 18:30 CEST
Online
 
Wednesday, May 26
 

11:00 CEST

Automating collaboration with many partners
Russian reporters in istories.media (short for Important stories) automated some of the tasks of investigative journalism and created apps that share findings with dozens of newsrooms all across the country.

Moderators
avatar for Adriana Homolova

Adriana Homolova

Proud coordinator of the DH data training 📊, Freelance data journalist

Speakers

Wednesday May 26, 2021 11:00 - 12:30 CEST
Online

14:00 CEST

Data collaboration in local media
10 local newsrooms across northern and mid-Norway shared large datasets, analyzed 500.000 state payments to farmers, and exposed which farmers and areas got the most state subsidies. They also used it to expose covid19-funding, the wages to public workers, and other stories.This was done with new tools in Excel 2016, that allowed the newsrooms to do data journalism without coding. Reporter Rune Ytreberg shows how they worked and how you can do the same, no matter which platform you use.

Moderators
avatar for Adriana Homolova

Adriana Homolova

Proud coordinator of the DH data training 📊, Freelance data journalist

Speakers
avatar for Rune Ytreberg

Rune Ytreberg

Journalist, iTromsø
I work as a business editor in the norwegian daily newspaper iTromso.no, covering fish, oil, crime, politics, lobbying and Arctic in (the northern part of) Norway. I teach data-, investigative and crossborder journalism at Oslomet University and The Institute of Journalism in Norway... Read More →


Wednesday May 26, 2021 14:00 - 15:15 CEST
Online
 
Thursday, May 27
 

11:00 CEST

Seven ways to tell the data story
Some people struggle to find story angles in data - and some people miss fresher angles because they rely on the same approach each time. In this session Paul Bradshaw will outline the 7 most angles used when finding stories in data - and an 8th approach to using data to generate story leads - as a methodical approach to use those in ideas generation.

Moderators
avatar for Adriana Homolova

Adriana Homolova

Proud coordinator of the DH data training 📊, Freelance data journalist

Speakers
avatar for Paul Bradshaw

Paul Bradshaw

Journalist and Academic, Birmingham City University
Paul Bradshaw runs the MA in Data Journalism and MA in Multiplatform and Mobile Journalism at Birmingham City University and also works as a consulting data journalist with the BBC England Data Unit. A journalist, writer and trainer, he has worked with news organisations includin... Read More →


Thursday May 27, 2021 11:00 - 12:15 CEST
Online

14:00 CEST

Joining tables in SQL
SQL is a powerful tool to join information contained in multiple datasets. When you’ve done all you can with spreadsheets but either your data are too big or you need to join tables (files), SQL (Structured Query Language) is for you.

To attend this class you need to have a basic knowledge of spreadsheets and you also need to download DB Browser, https://sqlitebrowser.org/

Moderators
avatar for Adriana Homolova

Adriana Homolova

Proud coordinator of the DH data training 📊, Freelance data journalist

Speakers
avatar for Helena Bengtsson

Helena Bengtsson

Editor, Data Journalism, Sveriges Television
Helena Bengtsson is Editor for Data Journalism at Sveriges Television, Sweden’s national television broadcaster. She previously worked as Editor, Data Projects at the Guardian in London, UK between 2014-2017. In 2006 and 2007, she was database editor at the Center for Public Integrity... Read More →


Thursday May 27, 2021 14:00 - 15:15 CEST
Online
 
Friday, May 28
 

10:00 CEST

Data Buffet: Heavy industry's Emissions Trading System (ETS) and pollution
Join us for a rich data buffet with two data scientists from the European Environmental Agency. We'll first dive into the Emission Trading System to better understand how it works, then explore the data related to industrial pollution. You will learn what sort of data related (heavy) industry EEA has in store, how it's collected and how to make the best use of it.

Speakers
avatar for Jelena Prtoric

Jelena Prtoric

Journalist / Arena Climate & Energy Network Coordinator, Arena for Journalism in Europe
avatar for Javier Esparrago

Javier Esparrago

Expert - Energy and Environment at the European Environment Agency, European Environment Agency
Javier works as an expert in energy and environment at the European Environment Agency (EEA). He works on the interface of science and environmental policy and his aim is to inform EU climate and energy policies with accurate and updated data and information. He contributes to various... Read More →
avatar for Juan Calero

Juan Calero

Expert - Industry and Environment at European Environment Agency, European Environment Agency
As part of my current role, I lead assessments and policy support activities on the interface between industry and environment, and coordinate the monitoring and reporting of industrial emission data.Previously, I was a principal consultant and project manager at Wood. I have seven... Read More →


Friday May 28, 2021 10:00 - 11:00 CEST
Online

11:30 CEST

Zoom into aviation - offset schemes, state aids and science behind the emissions
How to analyse aviation’s climate ambitions? Is the UN’s aviation offsetting scheme (Corsia) in any way compatible with the EU Green Deal? Join us for a session with Jo Dardenne for Transport&Environment to learn about aviation offsetting, the economic side of the aviation industry (taxation state aids) and the role of synthetic fuels and hydrogen-based fuels in the aviation industry.





Moderators
avatar for Jelena Prtoric

Jelena Prtoric

Journalist / Arena Climate & Energy Network Coordinator, Arena for Journalism in Europe

Speakers
JD

Jo Dardenne

Aviation Manager, Transport&Environment


Friday May 28, 2021 11:30 - 12:30 CEST
Online
 
Tuesday, June 1
 

14:00 CEST

JavaScript basic in Observable
How JavaScript and its multiple libraries such as D3, Turf or lodash help us to do visual, explanatory and investigative journalism every day. With real-life examples, Adrián Blanco, Martín González and Yaryna Serkez will describe how they learned and integrated JavaScript in their day to day workflows and how anyone can learn it. Let's be clear, JavaScript is hard – so the session is going to be a very practical one where you will see and learn how to get started no matter what you want to do: data wrangling, data analysis or data visualization. We'll use Observable notebooks, so participants can follow and learn the basics to gather data, ask questions to their data and visiualize it.

Moderators
avatar for Adriana Homolova

Adriana Homolova

Proud coordinator of the DH data training 📊, Freelance data journalist

Speakers
MG

Martin Gonzales

The Economist
avatar for Adrian Blanco

Adrian Blanco

Visual reporter, The Washington Post
Adrian Blanco is a Spanish data journalist currently working at The Washington Post. Data stuff, visualizations, reporting and a bit of coding.


Tuesday June 1, 2021 14:00 - 15:00 CEST
Online

17:00 CEST

CANCELLED: Data sprint, stage 3
Do you want to practise the data skills you have learned in a fun and interactive way? We wrap up the Data Sprint – 3 interconnected sessions in which you will solve a series of data-driven puzzles to get your reporting team on the right story, in the right place at the right time.

Moderators
avatar for Trine Smistrup

Trine Smistrup

Program director, ARENA for Journalism in Europe

Speakers
avatar for Jonathan Stoneman

Jonathan Stoneman

Data journalism trainer, Freelance (UK)


Tuesday June 1, 2021 17:00 - 18:30 CEST
Online
 
Wednesday, June 2
 

14:00 CEST

How to parse anything using String Expressions and Regex
Let's face it. Not everything in the data world comes in a clean, ready-to-use CSV file. In this class,Rob Gebeloff will show you how to extract the good stuff from the big mess of a file you're working with.

Moderators
avatar for Adriana Homolova

Adriana Homolova

Proud coordinator of the DH data training 📊, Freelance data journalist

Speakers
avatar for Rob Gebeloff

Rob Gebeloff

Robert Gebeloff is a New Yorks Times reporter specializing in data analysis. He works on in-depth stories where numbers help augment traditional reporting.


Wednesday June 2, 2021 14:00 - 15:00 CEST
Online
 


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