How different are the Davos participants year-to-year? We’ve collected data on the annual WEF meetings back to 2009 and analyzed how many attendees have been repeats.
Unicorns may be making headlines in tech and finance-focused publications, but they are little more than a footnote to the 2016 WEF’s list of participants.
See data visualizations showing how the size of a country’s presence at Davos compares with its population and GDP size, based on analysis of the WEF’s participants lists for the last 8 years. Explore the charts yourself to see where your country fits.
Of the accredited reporters at Davos, 39% are women; of the “media leaders”—the senior editorial staff and owners—the figure is 25%, a number that seems to confirm that women are more underrepresented as we climb up the editorial ranks.
With the wave of media coverage surrounding the COP 21 climate summit in Paris, it might be hard to believe that climate change and other environmental issues suffer from a lack of coverage in the press.
Looking at the data is crucial for researchers. However it is not the only problem that we have with data now. Researchers often experience difficulties in communicating their research outcomes to the public. How can data journalism help?
The future of the world economy is not a matter only at the hands of those from the social sciences.
Chicas Poderosas is a project aiming to train Latin American female journalists to become digital and tech-savvy leaders in their newsroom.
ZURICH – Data is all around us. We can access it with greater ease; hence, the recent boom in “data-driven journalism.” Data is used to structure the story inside and out, as a tool for verification and presentation, and everything in between. Many news organizations around the world are starting to publish stories and cover beats that can be better told through data. The same goes for our #urbanmobilityCH newsroom, where we will be publishing two stories driven by data. We invited Sylke Gruhnwald, head of the data team at NZZ (Neue Zürcher Zeitung), one of Switzerland’s oldest and most widely circulated newspapers, to a Google hangout with us and asked her how her team works with data and how we can use data in our stories.