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Clarifying Journalism’s Quantitative Turn: A typology for evaluating data journalism, computational journalism, and computer-assisted reporting M Coddington – Digital Journalism, 2014 – Taylor & Francis As quantitative forms have become more prevalent in professional journalism, it has become increasingly important to distinguish between them and examine their roles in contemporary journalistic practice. This study defines and compares three quantitative forms of … Cited by 5

Computational journalism in Norwegian newsrooms J Karlsen, E Stavelin – Journalism Practice, 2014 – Taylor & Francis This article examines computational journalism as a craft practised in Norwegian newsrooms. Based on in-depth interviews with expert practitioners in six of the largest newsrooms in Norway, we find that computational journalism represents a continuation of … Cited by 11 Related articles

From Mr. and Mrs. Outlier to Central Tendencies: Computational Journalism and Crime Reporting at the Los Angeles Times ML Young, A Hermida – Digital Journalism, 2014 – Taylor & Francis This study examines the impact of computational journalism on the creation and dissemination of crime news. Computational journalism refers to forms of algorithmic, social scientific, and mathematical processes and systems for the production of news. It is one of … Cited by 2

Algorithmic Accountability: Journalistic investigation of computational power structures N Diakopoulos – Digital Journalism, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … Here I discuss relevant research in computational journalism, the study of the bias of algorithms, and attempts to investigate algorithms in the literature. Computational journalism was initially conceived as the application … Cited by 4

Data Journalism in the United States: Beyond the “usual suspects” K Fink, CW Anderson – Journalism Studies, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … The first strand, which for a long time included the majority of computational journalism studies, is geared primarily toward professional journalists and addressed practical concerns (eg Cohen et al. 20114. Cohen, Sarah, Chengkai Li, Jun Yang, and Cong Yu. 2011. … Cited by 4

Data-Driven Revelation? Epistemological tensions in investigative journalism in the age of “big data” S Parasie – Digital Journalism, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … 2011. “Computational Journalism.” Communications of the ACM 54 (10): 66–71.10.1145/ 2001269 [CrossRef] View all references; Parasie and Dagiral 201318. Parasie, Sylvain, and Éric Dagiral. 2013. “Data-driven Journalism and the Public Good. … Cited by 4

The Robotic Reporter: Automated journalism and the redefinition of labor, compositional forms, and journalistic authority M Carlson – Digital Journalism, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … 1016). The tools of computational journalism have technological affordances, but they are also shaped through use. Flew et al. (201220. … 2012. “The Promise of Computational Journalism.” Journalism Practice 6 (2): 157–171. [Taylor … Cited by 3

Waiting for Data Journalism: A qualitative assessment of the anecdotal take-up of data journalism in French-speaking Belgium J De Maeyer, M Libert, D Domingo… – Digital …, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … Stavelin. 2014. “Computational Journalism in Norwegian Newsrooms.” Journalism Practice 8 (1): 34–48. doi … analyses. In his call for a “sociology of computational journalism,” Anderson (20131. Anderson, Christopher W. 2013. “Towards … Cited by 2

Big Data and Journalism: Epistemology, expertise, economics, and ethics SC Lewis, O Westlund – Digital Journalism, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … 2014. Computational Journalism: When Journalism Meets Programming. Unpublished dissertation. … 2014. “Clarifying Journalism’s Quantitative Turn: A Typology for Evaluating Data Journalism Computational Journalism and Computer-assisted Reporting.” Digital Journalism. … Cited by 2

Data In, Fact Out: Automated Monitoring of Facts by FactWatcher N Hassan, A Sultana, Y Wu, G Zhang, C Li… – Proceedings of the …, 2014 – idir.uta.edu … 3Google Research ABSTRACT Towards computational journalism, we present FactWatcher, a sys- tem that helps journalists identify data-backed, attention-seizing facts which serve as leads to news stories. FactWatcher discov … Cited by 1

Between the Unique and the Pattern: Historical tensions in our understanding of quantitative journalism CW Anderson – Digital Journalism, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … Mark. 2014. Clarifying Journalism’s Quantitative Turn: A Typology for Evaluating Data Journalism, Computational Journalism, and Computer-assisted Reporting. Digital Journalism. doi: 10.1080/21670811.2014.976400. [Taylor … Cited by 1

The Future of Journalism: In an age of digital media and economic uncertainty B Franklin – Journalism Practice, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … 2012. “The Promise of Computational Journalism.” Journalism Practice 6 (2): 157–171. doi:10.1080/17512786.2011.616655. [Taylor & Francis Online] View all references) designated “computational journalism” (Karlsen and Stavelin 201425. … Cited by 1

Computational Journalism. When journalism meets programming E Stavelin – 2014 – bora.uib.no Digital data sources and platforms allow journalists to produce news in new and different ways. The shift from an analog to digital workflow introduces computation as a central component of news production. This enables variability for end users, automation of … Cited by 3 Related articles

Journalism In An Era Of Big Data: Cases, concepts, and critiques SC Lewis – Digital Journalism, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … 2014. “Computational Journalism in Norwegian Newsrooms.” Journalism Practice 8 (1): 34–48. doi:10.1080/17512786.2013.813190.10.1080/17512786.2013.813190 [Taylor & Francis Online] View all references; Parasie and Dagiral 201347. Parasie, Sylvain, and Eric Dagiral. …

Artificial Intelligence for Public Affairs Reporting M Broussard – compute-cuj.org … The promise of computational journalism is that such walls would be broken down through collaboration and training [9]. A successful computational journalism project might thus be described as one that uses computational thinking to bridge a knowledge gap. …

Code, Collaboration, And The Future Of Journalism: A case study of the Hacks/Hackers global network SC Lewis, N Usher – Digital Journalism, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … By many accounts, both from inside the news industry and by academics, a distinct era of computational journalism is emerging—a moment at … 2011. “Computational Journalism.” Communications of the ACM 54 (10): 66–71.10.1145/2001269 View all references; Flew et al. … Cited by 5 Related articles All 2 versions

Enter the Robot Journalist: Users’ perceptions of automated content C Clerwall – Journalism Practice, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … two parts. The first section briefly reviews previous research on various kinds of algorithmic, automated, and/or computational journalism. The second section presents research on assessments of journalistic content. The discourse … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

The Robot Eye Witness: Extending Visual Journalism Through Drone Surveillance A Gynnild – Digital Journalism, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … 20127. Flew, T., C. Spurgeon, A. Daniel, and A. Swift. 2012. “The Promise of Computational Journalism.” Journalism Practice 6 (2): 157–171. … Hamilton, JTT, S. Cohen and F. Turner. 2009. Accountability through Algorithm: Developing the Field of Computational Journalism. … Related articles All 2 versions

CSE4334/5334 DATA MINING C Li – 2014 – idir.uta.edu … Database Systems ? Data Mining ? Computational Journalism Lecture 1: Introduction CSE4334/5334 Data Mining, Fall 2014, UT-Arlington ©Chengkai Li, 2014 2 Page 3. My Research Research Overview ? Skyline Group ? Computational Journalism ? Crowdsourcing …

Artificial Intelligence for Investigative Reporting: Using an expert system to enhance journalists’ ability to discover original public affairs stories M Broussard – Digital Journalism, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … Hamilton, James T., and Fred Turner. 2009. Accountability through Algorithm: Developing the Field of Computational Journalism. Developing the Field of Computational Journalism. Center For Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences Summer Workshop: Stanford University. …

Data Journalism In Sweden: Introducing New Methods And Genres Of Journalism Into “Old” Organizations E Appelgren, G Nygren – Digital Journalism, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … journalistic blogs, such as the Data blog at the Guardian in the United Kingdom and the listserv of the National Institute of Computer Assisted Reporting (Nicar-L) in the United States, to find other crucial factors for the development of what she calls “computational journalism”. … Cited by 7 Related articles All 3 versions

Between Objectivity and Openness—The Mediality of Data for Journalism F Lesage, RA Hackett – Media and Communication, 2014 – cogitatiopress.com … With no definit- ive definition for what constitutes data in journalism coupled with the existence of numerous labels for data-related journalistic practices (such as data journ- alism (DJ), data driven journalism, database journal- ism, computational journalism, data visualization) un … Cited by 1 Related articles All 6 versions

SNOW’14 Chairs’ Welcome GDF Morales, LM Aiello, F Silvestri, S Papadopoulos – dl.acm.org … We also welcome investigations on the topics of citizen journalism and computational journalism. SNOW aspires to gives researchers and practitioners a unique opportunity to share their perspectives with others interested in news and social media. …

The statistical foundations of the Fourth Estate R Kemeny – Significance, 2014 – Wiley Online Library … courses and seven postgraduate degrees. Meanwhile, a new MSc in Computational Journalism at Cardiff University starts this year and includes both data journalism and coding training. Journalism course leaders at several …

Fact Checking: Task definition and dataset construction A Vlachos, S Riedel – ACL 2014, 2014 – mpi-sws.org … 2011. Computational journalism: A call to arms to database researchers. In Proceedings of the Confer- ence on Innovative Data Systems Research, volume 2011, pages 148–151. … 2012. The promise of computational journalism. … Related articles All 2 versions

The View on Open Data and Data Journalism: Cases, Educational Resources and Current Trends I Radchenko, A Sakoyan – Analysis of Images, Social Networks and Texts, 2014 – Springer … further used by data driven journalism. There is also computational journalism [26] that applies computational techniques and the elements of machine/statistical learning to creating a data driven story. A very loose term analytic …

Transformation: Examining the Implications of Emerging Technology for Journalism, Media and Society JV Pavlik – atiner.gr … Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Algorithms Already introducing dramatic changes in journalism and media are the fields of data and computer science. What some call computational journalism or computational media, data-driven reporting is already becoming mainstream. …

Journalist versus news consumer: The perceived credibility of machine written news H van der Kaa, E Krahmer – pure.uvt.nl … He quotes Flew et al. (2012) to strengthen this positive outlook: “Ultimately the utility value of computational journalism comes when it frees journalists from the low-level work of discovering and obtaining facts, thereby enabling greater focus on the verification, explanation and …

iCheck: Computationally Combating “Lies, D—ned Lies, and Statistics” Y Wu, B Walenz, P Li, A Shim, E Sonmez, PK Agarwal… – ranger.uta.edu … References [1] Sarah Cohen, James T. Hamilton, and Fred Turner. Computational journalism. Communications of the ACM, 54(10):66–71, 2011. [2] Sarah Cohen, Chengkai Li, Jun Yang, and Cong Yu. Computational journalism: A call to arms to database researchers. … Related articles All 2 versions

Hypertext and Journalism: Paths for future research S Doherty – Digital Journalism, 2014 – Taylor & Francis Cited by 3 Related articles All 3 versions

Actors, Actants, Audiences, And Activities In Cross-Media News Work A matrix and a research agenda SC Lewis, O Westlund – oscarwestlund.com … Looking at the editorial angle in particular, researchers are only beginning to account for the rise of computational journalism (Anderson 2012) and its diverse manifestations in form and content (Gynnild 2013), as programmers, hackers, and web developers play an increasingly … Cited by 4 Related articles

Spatial hypertext modeling for dynamic contents authoring system based on transclusion JR Choi, S An, SB Lim – Proceedings of the 25th ACM conference on …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … In Proceedings of the 15th ACM conference on Hypertext and hypermedia (pp. 235–236), 2004. 5. L.Francisco-Revilla, A.Figueira, Adaptive spatial hypermedia in computational journalism. In Proceedings of the 23rd ACM conference on Hypertext and social media (pp. …

Toward Computational Fact-Checking Y Wu, PK Agarwal, C Li, J Yang, C Yu – Proceedings of the VLDB …, 2014 – ranger.uta.edu Page 1. Toward Computational Fact-Checking ? You Wu† Pankaj K. Agarwal† Chengkai Li‡ Jun Yang† Cong Yu§ †Duke University, ‡University of Texas at Arlington, §Google Research ABSTRACT Our news are saturated with claims of “facts” made from data. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

A path to understanding the effects of algorithm awareness K Hamilton, K Karahalios, C Sandvig… – CHI’14 Extended Abstracts …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … Tow Center for Digital Journalism Brief, Columbia University (2014). http://towcenter.org/blog/ computational- journalism-and-the-reporting-of-algorithms/ [27] Alexis Madrigal. How Netflix Reverse Engineered Hollywood. The Atlantic, January 12, 2014. [28] Nick Seaver. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

Between The Unique And The Pattern CW Anderson – cwanderson.org … In his article in this special issue, Coddington (2015) argues that we ought to periodize quantitative news production—dividing it into the ideal types of computer-assisted reporting, data journalism, and computational journalism—and further argues that each of these types is …

A Self-Tuning System Tuning System Tuning System for Big Data Analytics Data Analytics Data Analytics-STARFISH YS Pramoda, CM Sindhura, T Hareesha, K Sindhuri – sites.ijrit.com … Key scientific breakthroughs are expected to come from computational analysis of such data. Much basic and applied science disciplines now have computational subareas, eg, computational biology, computational economics, and computational journalism. … Related articles All 2 versions

Extending Linked Open Data resources exploiting Wikipedia as source of information A PALMERO APROSIO – 2014 – air.unimi.it … becomes of crucial importance. The availability of generalist and domain-specific free data, and this particular need to access it, have led to the rise and expansion of the so called computational journalism. Using and merging … Related articles

Extending Linked Open Data resources exploiting Wikipedia as source of information AP Aprosio, E Damiani, A Lavelli, C Giuliano – air.unimi.it … becomes of crucial importance. The availability of generalist and domain-specific free data, and this particular need to access it, have led to the rise and expansion of the so called computational journalism. Using and merging …

Agents of Media Innovations: Actors, Actants, and Audiences O Westlund, SC Lewis – The Journal of Media Innovations, 2014 – journals.uio.no … Also take care to notice that the seven approaches are introduced in a general fashion, and thus may be applied to various sorts of contemporary sites of media innovation, including but not limited to mobile media, live-blogging, big data, computational journalism, and locative … Cited by 2

ATINER’s Conference Paper Series MED2014-0903 JV Pavlik – atiner.gr … Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Algorithms Already introducing dramatic changes in journalism and media are the fields of data and computer science. What some call computational journalism or computational media, data-driven reporting is already becoming mainstream. … Related articles

Mining Twitter Data with Resource Constraints G Valkanas, I Katakis, D Gunopulos, A Stefanidis – katakis.eu … Characteristic examples include computational journalism and psychology, crisis management, resource allocation, advertis- ing, etc. At the same time, interesting research questions lie at the heart of such applications, which need to be addressed efficiently and effectively. … Related articles

Aesthetics: Analytics With Strings, Things, And Cats J Hoffart, D Milchevski, G Weikum – Proceedings of the 23rd ACM …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … Applications of such methods include culturomics [9] over the Google books corpus and computational journalism [5]. Although some of this work refers to “entities”, the granular- ity of analyses really is noun phrases, disregarding the am- biguity of entity names. …

Perceptions of Intra-Organizational Collaboration and Media Workers’ Interests in Media Innovations O Westlund, AH Krumsvik – The Journal of Media Innovations, 2014 – journals.uio.no Page 1. The Journal of Media Innovations 1.2 (2014): 52-75 © Oscar Westlund and Arne H. Krumsvik 2014 http://www.journals.uio.no/index.php/TJMI Perceptions of Intra-Organizational Collaboration and Media Workers’ Interests in Media Innovations …

An Animated Introduction to Relational Databases for Many Majors SW Dietrich, D Goelman, CM Borror, SM Crook – 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … fluency [1]. For ex- ample, within the sciences, database methodology is an enabling technology for computational statistics [2]. However, many sub- fields are emerging outside of the sciences that include the use of databases, such as computational journalism [3]. Furthermore …

Social Media and Journalistic Independence T Poell, J Van Dijck – Media Independence: Working with Freedom or …, 2014 – dare.uva.nl Page 1. Social media and journalistic independence Thomas Poell and José van Dijck You may cite this paper (page numbers correspond with published version) as: Poell, Thomas. & José van Dijck (2014). Social media and journalistic independence. …

Reading news with maps by exploiting spatial synonyms H Samet, J Sankaranarayanan, MD Lieberman… – Communications of the …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … Moreover, NewsStand represents a contribution to the emerging field of computational journalism. 8. Future work includes using a map-query interface to access other media through representative images (such as PhotoStand 37 ), videos, and audio clips. … Cited by 4

Boundary-Drawing Power and the Renewal of Professional News Organizations: The Case of The Guardian and the Edward Snowden NSA Leak A Chadwick, S Collister – International Journal of Communication, 2014 – ijoc.org Page 1. International Journal of Communication 8 (2014), 2420-2441 1932–8036/20140005 Copyright © 2014 (Andrew Chadwick & Simon Collister). Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives (by-nc-nd). Available at http://ijoc.org. …

Face hallucination and recognition in social network services F Jiang, S Rho, BW Chen, X Du, D Zhao – The Journal of Supercomputing, 2014 – Springer … In order to understand and analyze this new life style, new research fields emerged, including computational social science [13], computational social network analysis [17] and computational journalism [7]. Among these social media data shared and analyzed among members …

Incremental discovery of prominent situational facts A Sultana, N Hassan, C Li, J Yang… – Data Engineering (ICDE), …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Many such facts are newsworthy—eg, an athlete’s outstanding performance in a game, or a viral video’s impressive popularity. Effective and effi- cient identification of these facts assists journalists in reporting, one of the main goals of computational journalism. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions

Automatic Discovery of Partisan campaigns, Agenda Setting and Political Spin in Press releases O Tsur, D Calacci, D Lazer – people.seas.harvard.edu … energy related issues. Categories and Subject Descriptors H.4 [Information Systems Applications]: Miscellaneous General Terms Computational Journalism, Application, Data Analysis Keywords press releases, autoregressive …

Research Statement and Agenda E Wu – sirrice.github.io … These results can, for example, be used in data exploration and computational journalism to automatically detect correlation relationships within large corpuses of location-based datasets. http://www.mit.edu/~eugenewu/job.html Page 4. … Related articles

A Qualitative Study of the Effectiveness of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Journalism Program for Preparing Students for the Workplace SAC Rosenbaum – 2014 – digitalcommons.unl.edu … Page 19. 13 (p. 12). Besides being multiplatform journalists, most of the interviewees agreed that data and computational journalism were becoming very valuable skills, too. Companies are now emerging that do not just take news stories and use digital …

Social network analysis as a method in the data journalistic toolkit A Homolová – v3.sk Page 1. Social network analysis as a method in the data journalistic toolkit (master thesis) Tilburg university Communication and information studies (Data Journalism) Adriana Homolová 469544 Supervisors: HAJ (Hille) van der Kaa MM (Matje) van de Camp MA … Related articles All 2 versions

A review of adaptive approaches to MapReduce scheduling in heterogeneous environments NS Naik, A Negi, VN Sastry – Advances in Computing, …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Key scientific breakthroughs are expected to come from computational analysis of such data. Many basic and applied science disciplines now have computational subareas such as computational biology, computational economics, and computational journalism. …

Contextualising Creative Practice Within Human Research Ethics Processes S Joseph – Journalism Practice, 2014 – Taylor & Francis Related articles

A bottom-up model to evaluate national transparency through evaluating government Internet portals M Murillo – Como disminuir la corrupción y mejorar la …, 2014 – dialnet.unirioja.es … Cohen, S., C. Li, et al.(2011). Computational journalism: A call to arms to database researchers. Proceedings of the 5th Biennial Conference on Innovative Data Systems Research, Citeseer. Darbishire, H.(2011). Proactive Transparency: The future of the right to information? …

Do old Norms Have a Place in New Media? A case study of the nonprofit MinnPost M Konieczna – Journalism Practice, 2014 – Taylor & Francis Cited by 2 Related articles

Effects of social media users’ attitudes on their perceptions of the attributes of news agency content and their intentions to purchase digital subscriptions J Lim – New Media & Society, 2014 – nms.sagepub.com Advertisement. …

Big data driven decision making and multi-prior models collaboration for media restoration F Jiang, S Rho, BW Chen, K Li, D Zhao – Multimedia Tools and …, 2014 – Springer Page 1. Multimed Tools Appl DOI 10.1007/s11042-014-2240-7 Big data driven decision making and multi-prior models collaboration for media restoration Feng Jiang ·Seungmin Rho ·Bo-Wei Chen · Kun Li ·Debin Zhao Received …

Evaluating the role of online data availability: The case of economic and institutional transparency in sixteen Latin American nations MJ Murillo – International Political Science Review, 2014 – ips.sagepub.com Advertisement. …

Media design method L Nyre – The Journal of Media Innovations, 2014 – journals.uio.no Page 1. The Journal of Media Innovations 1.1 (2014): 86-109 © Lars Nyre 2014 http://www.journals.uio.no/index.php/TJMI Media Design Method: Combining Media Studies with Design Science to Make New Media Lars Nyre … Cited by 1 Related articles

Virtuous or Vitriolic: The effect of anonymity on civility in online newspaper reader comment boards AD Santana – Journalism Practice, 2014 – Taylor & Francis Cited by 9 Related articles

Event Analytics on Social Media: Challenges and Solutions Y Hu – 2014 – phanxipan.eas.asu.edu … to handle three core event analysis tasks (see Figure 1.1 for the structure of Even- tRadar). These tools facilitate novel applications in computational journalism, event playback, storytelling, and civic engagement (see the usage scenario of EventRadar …

Discovering General Prominent Streaks in Sequence Data G Zhang, X Jiang, P Luo, M Wang, C Li – ACM Transactions on …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … Prominent streak discovery provides insightful data patterns for data analysis in many real-world applications and is an enabling technique for computational journalism. … Therefore, it will be a key enabling technique for computational journalism [Cohen et al. 2011]. … Cited by 2 Related articles

Subgraph Search for Dynamic Graphs S Choudhury – 2014 – research.wsulibs.wsu.edu … All these applications generate a prodigious amount of data in a continuous fashion. Application domains such as computational journalism, emergency response, and national security put a premium on discovering critical events as soon as they emerge in the data stream. …

Declarative cartography: in-database map generalization of geospatial datasets PK Kefaloukos, M Vaz Salles… – … (ICDE), 2014 IEEE …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Page 1. Declarative Cartography: In-Database Map Generalization of Geospatial Datasets Pimin Konstantin Kefaloukos #’*’+ Marcos Vaz Salles #, Martin Zachariasen # # University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark {kostas … Related articles All 3 versions

E–parliament services as tools for anti–corruption and transparency G Olasina – International Journal of Electronic Governance, 2014 – Inderscience Page 1. Int. J. Electronic Governance, Vol. 7, No. 1, 2014 27 Copyright © 2014 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. E-parliament services as tools for anti-corruption and transparency Gbolahan Olasina Faculty of Communication and …