Here are the data stories that class members picked to talk about. I’m linking to all of them here so we can discuss on Wednesday. Each of you can talk about your own selection and explain why you picked it, what makes it a “data-driven” story and what you took away from it.
The Guardian: Young voters, class and turnout: how Britain voted in 2017
Washington Post: America’s chaotic, crazy, challenging, great, tumultuous, horrible, disappointing year/ A look back at the ups and downs of public opinion in 2017.
CDC: Autism Spectrum Disorders data
World.LiveUAMap: Russian Ministry of Defense shows photos …
New York Times: How Effective Is Your School District? A New Measure Shows Where Students Learn the Most
New York Times: Can requiring people to work make them healthier?
NPR: Veteran Sues After Scalpel Found Inside His Body 4 Years After Surgery
Zeinab and Aya:
The Guardian: Read this before you have a baby (especially if you’re a woman)
New York Times: Why it’s still worth getting a flu shot
New York Times: Where Athletes in the Premier League, the N.B.A. and Other Sports Leagues Come From, in 15 Charts
Coinmarketcap.com: Crytocurrency market capitalizations
New York Times: Why trying new things is so hard to do
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