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Friday, March 25 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
The Data Game

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This panel will focus on the basics of data journalism, from defining what it is to having participants explain how they are enriching their stories with these tools.  How has making connections across databases and using programming to gather and combine information changed the way they work? I'm hoping that participants will also give us tips on how those of us who aren't fluent in programs like R can start to learn to do it ourselves. I see this as the beginning of a conversation about this fast-evolving field.

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Natalie Jackson

director of research, Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI)
Natalie Jackson, Ph.D., (she/her) is the Director of Research at PRRI. She has spent the last 15 years developing extensive expertise in the survey research process and quantitative political science.Natalie’s research on how people form opinions, as well as on the election polling... Read More →

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Julie Zauzmer Wiel

Reporter, Washington Post
Julie Zauzmer Weil covers D.C.'s local government. She has worked at The Post since 2013, including four years covering religion in America.
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LaTrina Antoine

Editor-in-Chief, DC Witness
LaTrina Antoine is a multidimensional journalist who has held several roles in the Communications field. For more than a decade, Antoine has produced quality work as a reporter and editor in the metropolitan area. Her experience includes managing daily and weekly business, political... Read More →
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Liam Adams

Reporter, The Tennessean
As The Tennessean’s religion reporter, Liam is interested in everything from messy internal denominational politics to religion’s intersection with socioeconomic issues, state politics and education. Before moving to Nashville, Liam lived in Denver, CO and worked full-time as... Read More →

Friday March 25, 2022 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
Bethesdan C&D