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Resource ID: #1606
Subject: 662
Source: Armand Emamdjomeh, Jennifer Peebles, Ryan Murphy, Christine Zhang and Caitlin Ostroff
Affiliation: The Washington Post, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Texas Tribune, Baltimore Sun and McClatchy
Date: 2019

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You're pretty good at spreadsheets, sure, but maybe you're bumping up against the limits of a tool designed only to clean and analyze data. You'd like to start querying relational databases, scraping websites, making API calls, running statistical tests and/or building custom visuals to help tell your stories. If this describes you, it might be time to learn to code. But which coding language is right for you? In this session, newsroom coders who speak some of the most popular programming languages (SQL, Python, R and JavaScript) discuss common uses for each and show you how to get started.

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