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Monthly ArchiveNovember 2019

Top websites for journalists interested in coding

By Chenyan Jia

GitHub: These codes are from IRE’s multi-day Python Bootcamp for journalists.

https://github.com/ireapps/coding-for-journalists

https://coding-for-journalists.readthedocs.io/en/latest

Jonathan Soma: A blog written by Professor Jonathan Soma from Columbia University’s Journalism School.

http://jonathansoma.com/tutorials

Professor Soma also has a website named investigate.ai.

https://investigate.ai

Stack Overflow: The largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.

https://stackoverflow.com

IPTC: Open standards for the news media

http://iptc.org/standards/

IRE (Investigative Reporters and Editors)

http://www.ire.org/

NICAR: The National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting maintains a library of federal databases, employs journalism students, and trains journalists in the practical skills of getting and analyzing electronic information.

https://www.ire.org/nicar

DataJournalism: DataJournalism.com is created by the European Journalism Centre and supported by Google News Initiative. This website provides data journalists with free resources, materials, online video courses, and community forums. 

https://datajournalism.com

CodeActually: CodeActually is a blog-style website developed by Cindy Royal as part of the Knight Journalism Fellowship at Stanford University

http://codeactually.com