Because all three are dealing with specific laws.
Because all three concern methods for investigative journalists to gain information to write stories.
There is no reason.
Because all three have similar-sounding names.
1) Find the data 2) Analyse the data 3) Present and visualise the data
1) Find the data 2) Analyse the data 3) Present and visualise the data 4) Contextualise and localise the data
1) Find the data 2) Present and visualise the data 3) Analyse the data 4) Contextualise and localise the data
1) Contextualise and organise the data 2) Find the data 3) Present and visualise the data 4) Analyse the data
Journalism that creates stories which are open for anyone to use.
Journalism that creates stories from open data.
All journalism is open data journalism.
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The World Bank.
Statistics South Africa.
Department of Home Affairs.
Africa Open Data.
The use of a data story to create real social change.
The effective use of open data to create a news story which still told people something new.
The ability of a focused journalist to piece together different pieces of data to look at the issue underlying a story, rather than just the event itself.
All of the above.