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Wikidata for (Data) Journalists

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Video duration
00:25:39
Language
English
Abstract
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Data journalists work similarly to scientists: they formulate (research) hypotheses, analyze data and sometimes even collect data themselves. For this, open data ressources are crucial. They can can reveal unfamiliar correlations, lead to new questions and stories.

Wikidata is the largest linked open data ressource on the internet. But what exactly is stored in it and how can journalists use it for their work? We will have a look at the way Wikidata works and how it can be used a.k.a. queried for stories and research.

Stream: https://streaming.media.ccc.de/rc3/wikipaka

Talk ID
rc3-wikipaka-139
Event:
rc3-wikipaka
Day
2
Room
Wikipaka
Start
1 p.m.
Duration
01:00:00
Track
None
Type of
Talk
Speaker
Elisabeth Giesemann
Talk Slug & media link
rc3-2020-139-wikidata-for-data-journalists

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