Here’s a presentation I gave at the National Institute of Computer Assisted Reporting (NICAR) annual conference back in March in Jacksonville, Fla.
For the past few years, I’ve talked about how to do data in your newsroom when you’re the only one doing it. This year I talked less about specific tips and tools and more about the conceptual process, more broadly — good things to think about.
The idea was to talk through the process of planning, pitching and executing data stories when you’re the only one doing them.
You can find the presentation here.
Note: I transcribed the notes from the conference audio and tried to clean it up a bit; please forgive any typos or phrasing that doesn’t translate well into writing.