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Resource ID: #24
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Source: 197Chase Davis, Kate Golden
Affiliation: Center for Investigative Reporting/California Watch, Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism
Date: 2011

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Traditional computer-assisted reporting revolves around the analysis of structured data: information organized in rows and columns that can be manipulated in spreadsheets or database managers. But raw text, such as documents and speeches, provide new opportunities for analysis that can uncover new and interesting stories. This panel will discuss several real-world examples.

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