The Data Journalism Workshop 2018 opens its call for projects until May 7. In its sixth edition, focuses on the Sustainable Development Goals related to the fight against climate change and other environmental issues and its effect in Madrid (city, community, region, area …). If you want to participate with a projects, read the conditions and fill in the form.
This call is aimed at journalists, programmers, developers, front / back / full, designerxs UX, statisticians, sociologists, anthropologists, data viewers and, in general, anyone who wants work with data related to the Sustainable Development Goals that try to mitigate the change climate.
Among the novelties of this call we highlight that the transport and accommodation will be provided for the promoter of a maximum of three projects out of Madrid.
The deadline for submitting projects is Monday, May 7 at 11:59 PM UTC + 1.
The registration is free.
Projects must meet these conditions:
Follow this model If you do not know how to send an idea, a proposal to work on. If it is about anything else, write to visualizar @REMOVE medialab-prado.es.
The results and the source code must have free licenses that allow access and dissemination of knowledge produced during the workshop.
work on one of the projects? On March 26, the call for collaborators will open on the Medialab-Prado website.
This year you have to fill in the form that appears below with all your data. However, you we suggest that you publish the project and tell it on the day of the open data:
Publish your project on a website, such as Github, Gitlab, bitbucket or any other website project management that allows more users can join now and in this way begin to work even without knowing if you are going to be selected.
We use Github to manage the projects and the teams and we want to promote their use and networking and collaborative work. Also, in this way you may get other people to contribute suggestions that make your proposal better.
If you have data, either many and few, or you have located them but you have not accessed them, or you think you can get out of such a site but you do not know how, we suggest you present the project up to date of the open data held in Madrid and other places in Spain and the world on Friday 2 and Saturday 3 of March.
In this way, we give opportunity to enrich the data sources of the project before its deadline of presentation on May 7.