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Visualizing COVID-19 Tips and Traps with the Global Investigative Journalism Network

By Amanda Makulec

COVID-19 data is complex and messy, creating challenges for journalists who are learning the nuances of public health in the midst of a fast-moving pandemic.

In June, the Global Investigative Journalism Network hosted a webinar featuring data visualization experts talking through practical tips and tricks when creating charts and graphs with COVID-19 data. Check out the video for the full discussion, and the article for highlights through the lens of a Amanda Makulec, a public health data visualization developer at Excella, Danielle Ivory, an investigative reporter from the New York Times, and Alberto Cairo, Professor of Journalism at the University of Miami.

10 Tips for Visualizing COVID-19 Data

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