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Wednesday, September 16 • 14:00 - 15:15
How to build a data hypothesis - 1

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Join this workshop for getting into a data set of mind. What is the difference between a weak data hypothesis and a strong one? How many ideas can one dataset hold? You'll learn to generate data ideas on the go -- from the news feed, from a vague assumption, from a number. After this workshop, you will master the art of building a solid data hypothesis and you will start seeing them everywhere. You will get with several practical tools that can help you in this. This is a hands-on session.

The session will be repeated in November.

Moderators
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Adriana Homolova

Proud coordinator of the DH data training đź“Š, Freelance data journalist

Speakers
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Anastasia Valeeva

Co-founder, School of Data Kyrgyzstan
Anastasia Valeeva is a co-founder of School of Data Kyrgyzstan, assistant professor at the American University of Central Asia, data journalism trainer and researcher. She has taught data journalism at Data Bootcamps in Montenegro and Germany, UNDP Data Journalism Summer Institutes... Read More →


Wednesday September 16, 2020 14:00 - 15:15 CEST
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