The Data Journalism Handbook is one of the world’s leading journalism resources and used by students, researchers and practitioners learning about the state of the ever-evolving field of data journalism. In partnership with the Google News Initiative, the European Journalism Centre is currently working on a revised second edition of the Handbook that will reflect the current state of data journalism. It will be available in four languages in 2018 as a free open-source download online.
The Data Journalism Handbook is produced by the European Journalism Centre and the Google News Initiative, with support from the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science. It will be available in four languages as a free open-source download online and edited, like the original, by experts in the field Jonathan Gray and Liliana Bounegru at the Public Data Lab.
In 2018, authors and experts will join a Handbook Hack to create and edit content for the new edition. And you won’t have to wait long to start reading the new chapters: we will make them available online as they are completed.
The original handbook was an initiative of the European Journalism Centre and the Open Knowledge Foundation. It is published by O'Reilly Media and freely available online under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license.