Category Archives: Protest

…and one pretty pathetic data visualisation win

Following my completely failure to produce the map of UKUncut actions I had spent hours working towards, I have decided to temporarily sooth my bitterness with something a lot simpler. Below is a simple graph of UKuncut actions over time. … Continue reading

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One ambitious data visualisation fail…

I thought it might be interesting to actually make an interesting visualisation of a current news story. So first I picked my data. UKuncut have obviously been in the news a lot, so I thought it would be interesting to … Continue reading

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Is Sukey pioneering a data/social media journalism mashup?

Yesterday thousands of protesters scurrying across London used a service called Sukey to get information about the movements of protesters and police. Sukey, developed by University College London Students, collects information on what is happening at protests from a variety of sources. … Continue reading

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