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[Boîte à outils] 5 applications pour créer sa propre infographie  

[Boîte à outils] 5 applications pour créer sa propre infographie  

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Thinglink : 7 façons pour les journalistes d’utiliser l’image interactive Toute l'actualité amaytoisewww.lavenir.net Bloc Etat-Majorwww.lavenir.net Une salle de sport sera construite ici Bloc maintenance et instructionwww.lavenir.net 8 Digital Tools Every Journalist Should Try When Charlie Beckett asked me to join the Polis journalism conference this week at the London School of Economics and Political Science, he showed the depth of his university by asking a surprisingly practical journalism question for a school ranked No. 2 in the world in the research-laden “communication and media studies” field. Beckett wanted to know about the newest digital tools journalists are using to do accountability journalism (which some of us still call watchdog journalism). My first reaction was to mention some of the “golden oldies” Knight Foundation has funded and followed: the encryption software Tor; the investigative paper-tamer Document Cloud and its advanced story-finding cousin Overview; the visual storytelling tool Timeline JS; and the classic crowdmapping application Ushahidi. I say golden oldies because in digital years a lifetime for a product seems like about 21 months. “Moore’s Law” predicted chip-processing power would double about every 18 months.

How to Present Data When You’re Presenting: Storyboarding Your Data Visualizations in Videos, Webinars, Presentations, and More I remember the exact moment when I discovered–and got addicted to–data visualization. I was an internal evaluator at a 300-person human services organization. Being an internal evaluator means your “clients” are your coworkers who work down the hall from you. You talk to each other about their data all the time. Vintage Infodesign [156] Opening a new week of data visualization and visual journalism compilations here on Visualoop, a selection of more than 20 maps, diagrams, charts and graphics going back decades and even centuries. Many were published in books, magazines and newspapers, made by hand in ways that look almost impossible even with today’s technology. Read the latest issue of Scott Klein’s Above Chart newsletter for a perfect example of this. Here are all the picks of the week: Phenomena of Volcanoes and Earthquakes (1852) | James Reynolds, John Emslie (image: James Reynolds, John Emslie)

5 Great Online Tools for Creating Infographics Professional infographic designers rely primarily on a core vector graphics software program to create their infographics designs. The main advantage is that all the icons, charts, images, illustrations, and data visualizations are treated as separate objects that can be easily moved, resized, overlapped, and rotated. No matter where you create the individual design elements, the final infographic design is usually put together in a vector graphics program. CreativeFlyerCreativeFlyer This week we have a free flyer club collection wich is called Free PSD Club Flyer Templates and includes 15 free psd templates from latin flyers to club and dj party or just elegant glamorous events. These flyers are perfect for club events, or a dj / band night, with a modern look and feel, and the flyers are all PSD format including some great club flyers with some elegant and sexy glamorous flyer templates. They are easy to use, just download these dj and club free flyer templates and customize to your needs and they are ready to print. Check out the Free PSD Club Flyer Templates collection: style="display:inline-block;width:300px;height:250px" data-ad-client="ca-pub-2462436830535730" data-ad-slot="3336895630"> If you didn’t find your flyer please have a look at similar free flyers collections:

App for journalists: Jamsnap, for adding sound to images Devices: iOS (Android app is in development) Cost: Free What is it? App which enables users to add audio to images before sharing them to social networks. How is it of use to journalists? Audio can be a good alternative to video for capturing a moment, particularly at times when good quality footage may be difficult to get due to unsteadiness or poor lighting.

How to Make Your Data Pretty? Utilize These Data Visualization Tools Tired of showcasing the same old boring tables to your management? A spice of colors and layout brings life to data representation. If you need to understand million rows of data and you are short on time.

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