In which I write longer-form data-driven reports (aka articles of data journalism) from such sources as:
- Statistics Canada & CANSIM
- Various Country, State/Province and municipal Open Data
- Private sector data (usually through 'participating' in data scientist contests, I rarely submit anymore in solidarity with the #MyTimeHasValue design/#IMakeALiving micro-enterprise movements)
- Max Roser's OurWorldinData.org
- United Nations data including the MDGs, SDGs
- Various health-data sets from CIHI, Ontario MoHLTC, local health integration networks, international equivalents especially the USA, UK, Australia and other English publishing countries.
- My own self-generated and externally collected personal data (Twitter(s), LinkedIn, Facebook(s), maps/location data)
- Fake/Found Data from the various nooks and crannies of the web and the real.
Articles are to be distinguishable from Shorties. Shorties are article-stubs that contain a title, a longer description, a chart/image, source(s), are documented, and contain a perma-link to the data visualization used to create the chart/image or to the original external source in the case of a Source-Shortie.(Clear?)