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Resource ID: #354
Subject: 299
Source: Chase Davis, Mark Hansen - 973Chase Davis, Mark Hansen
Affiliation: The New York TimesThe New York Times
Date: 1905-07-06



Data science is a term that escapes easy definition. Its part data cleaning and analysis, not unlike computer-assisted reporting. But depending who you ask, it can also include statistics, data visualization, machine learning, natural language processing and other skills you don't typically find in the newsroom. This panel talks about how stealing a page from data science can help solve new and interesting problems in journalism.

This session is good for: Anyone interested in learning what to learn next. No technical background required.

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