In EdSource’s third iteration of the Live Blog, we covered the breaking news around the Common Core-aligned Smarter Balanced test results, the first year these tests were administered.
Second use of the EdSource Live Blog, this time on an actual breaking news event. We covered the release of the May Revised budget for California, focusing on impact and response from stakeholders throughout the state.
First roll out of EdSource Live Blog formatted, an app integrated with Wordpress and using Google Spreadsheets/Forms to gather data.
My Pretty Money tool has gone through several different transformations depending on where it lived. For EdSource, we ultimately decided for a more streamlined version that focused more on the outside money flooding into the race rather than the money the candidate’s themselves were raising. This largely had to do with how much outside money […]
Very exciting to see a another local publication use the Pretty Money tool. The staff I worked with at the Santa Rosa Press-Democrat were really excited to get an opportunity to use the app. It was the first roll out of version 2 for the app, so I was nervous of the potential bugs and what-not. […]
You may have already seen the data-driven app I built to visualize the money behind the Oakland races this year that I’m calling “Pretty Money.” However, my ultimate goal with the app is to open source it so other reporters in California who don’t have big data teams to build these kinds of visualizations an […]