Journalists Robert Benincasa of NPR, Paul Ingrassia of Reuters, Danielle Ivory of The New York Times, John Maines of the Florida Sun-Sentinel, Michael Morisy of MuckRock, Maurice Tamman of Reuters and Cheryl Phillips of the Stanford Computational Journalism Lab discuss the process of accessing, analyzing and expressing the transportation or vehicle-related data used in their work.
Car manufacturers, tech companies, city government officials, academics and journalists gathered in McCaw Hall on Feb. 13, 2015, to discuss the evolving landscape of vehicle and transportation related data as part of Stanford's "Data Driven: Coding and Writing Transportation's Future" conference. The event was sponsored by the Stanford Journalism Program, the Revs Program at Stanford and the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford. Learn more: http://stanford.io/1DvAs0S
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