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Saturday, April 14 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
SQL - databasejobbing for journalister 1 (English)

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All data journalists can benefit from learning Structured Query Language or SQL, the language behind database managers. Whether you're hunting for evidence in large databases, needing to mash data tables together, or building an interactive database for your news organization, SQL is a tool for making these data skills possible. This course introduces SQL with an emphasis on how it can help reporters manage data for deeper investigative dives into that data.

Programme:
What is a relational database and why do jouirnalist need it?

SELECT statements - an introduction and how do they deliver what Excel can't

Data used: vital inspection data that you can source from your country's authorities.


Speakers
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Pamela Duncan

Data journalist, The Guardian
Pamela Duncan works for the Guardian’s Data Projects team, analysing and decoding data for news stories and interactive features. She admits to having a (perhaps unhealthy) love for Excel and can usually be found at her desk poring over spreadsheets, wrestling non-machine readable... Read More →


Saturday April 14, 2018 12:00pm - 1:00pm
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