Transparencia, conservación y paridad en los grandes proyectos de datos: el caso de los Data Journalism Awards (DJA) y Sigma Awards (2013-2020)

Mediatika. Cuadernos de Medios de Comunicación, 19 [on line]

Abellán Mancheño, Andrea; Arias Robles, Félix; García-Avilés, José Alberto

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Donostia ; Leioa
BIBLID [eISSN 1988-3935 (2022), 19; 107-124]
1137-4462; eISSN: 1988-3935

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Data journalism has grown exponentially to become an informative reference. This studyexamines three of the most important features of this discipline through the analysis of highlevel projects: 1) the transparency of the projects through the analysis of their methodology; 2)the parity in the teams; and 3) their preservation, as many of the works are published only indigital form, making their survival difficult. The study focuses on the content analysis of the projectsawarded by the Data Journalism Awards (DJA) from 2013 to 2019 and by the Sigma Awards in2020. The study focuses on the best visualisations, best apps, and data investigations. The resultsshow that visualisations are the projects that survive best, that methodologies are more shared indata investigations, and that the presence of women does not exceed 50% in any of the awardwinning categories.

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