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11 November 2010
Patrick Cain, a CAR guy who became best know for his online maps at the Toronto Star , has produced a fascinating map of Toronto depicting the addresses of family of more than 3,000 people who died
16 February 2010
A new Toronto Star series shows just how far computer-assisted reporting has come. Race Matters is a follow up the monumental 2002 Race and Crime project. Reporter Jim Rankin fought seven years to
01 February 2010
A number of journalists filing requests for data to federal departments are finding the "data" has been converted to image files, quite literally pictures of data, prior to release. This has the
25 January 2010
Once in a while software designers do something little that makes life a lot easier. The folks at Microsoft have done that by adding a shortcut command to remove hyperlinks from cells in Excel 2010.
23 November 2009
Reporters who use Microsoft Excel to crunch government data have something to cheer about with the release of the beta version of Office 2010. A new add-in to Excel brings Excel's ease of use to the
16 November 2009
Love it or hate it, Microsoft Office is the king of the mountain when it comes to desktop spreadsheet and database software, and you'll soon be able to have a close up look.
01 July 2009
Check out this story from the Winnipeg Free Press on dirty restaurants. It's a great example of how far we have come in doing this kind of probing journalism. The earliest reporters doing the
16 June 2009
Computer-Assisted Reporting was a big part of this year's winning Michener Award entry . The CBC and the Canadian Press teamed up to analyze Taser use by police officers across Canada, building a
16 June 2009
Reporters from across Canada are headed to Halifax for the second annual University of King's College Summer School in Computer-Assisted Reporting. The school is sponsored by the Canadian Newspaper


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