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Jonathan Gray is Head of Community and Culture at the Open Knowledge Foundation (okfn.org), an award winning not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting open data, open content and the public domain in a wide variety of different fields. He founded several data journalism projects at the OKFN, including OpenSpending.org, which maps public spending around the world, and Europe's Energy, which puts EU energy targets into context. He is doing research in philosophy and the history of ideas at Royal Holloway, University of London. More about him can be found at jonathangray.org.

Lucy Chambers is a Community Coordinator at the Open Knowledge Foundation. She works on the OKFN's OpenSpending.org project and Spending Stories, a Knight News Challenge Winner 2011 - helping journalists build context around and fact check spending data. She also coordinates the data-driven-journalism activities of the Foundation, running training sessions for journalists on how to find, work with and present data.

Liliana Bounegru is project manager on Data Journalism at the European Journalism Centre (in Maastricht) and editor of DataDrivenJournalism.net, a collection of useful resources for those who want to get started with data journalism. She is a Research MA candidate in Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam.

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review by . November 04, 2012
Occasionally I grab a book that far surpasses my expectations and shifts my perspective of an entire business. This was one of those books... The Data Journalism Handbook, edited by Jonathan Gray, Liliana Bounegru, and Lucy Chambers. As a writer, I was thinking I'd pick up a few points on technical reporting. WRONG! This is about how data is changing the world of journalism in terms of how a story is told and how the reader interacts with it.      Contents:   Introduction; …
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