This page provides a bibliography of research publications concerning data journalism, computer assisted reporting and other forms of journalism dealing with structured information.

This list collects scholarly work on this topic. If you are looking for outstanding projects, tools, tutorials or data platforms, this open list of websites about data journalism might be a good start. Also, the Twitter hashtag (#ddj) and the OKFN and NICAR-L mailing lists might be helpful resources.

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  1.  Aitamurto, Tanja, Sirkkunen, Esa, and Lehtonen, Pauliina. (2011). Trends In Data Journalism. next Media. (techreport)

  2.  Appelgren, Ester. (2014). Data Journalism in Sweden: Introducing New Methods and Genres of Journalism into “Old” Organizations. Digital Journalism, 0 (0), 1-12. doi:10.1080/21670811.2014.884344 (journal article)

  3.  Baak, Stefan. (2011). A new Style of News Reporting: Wikileaks and Data-driven Journalism. Cyborg Subjects, 1. (journal article)

  4.  Bounegru, Liliana. (2013). What is Data Journalism?.In Gray, Jonathan, Bounegru, Liliana & Chambers, Lucy (Eds.), The Data Journalism Handbook. (pp. 14-24) . Sebastopol, CA:O'Reilly. The Data Journalism Handbook. (pp. 14-24) . Sebastopol, CA.:O'Reilly. (book chapter)

  5.  Bounegru, Liliana. (2013). Sourcing Practices and Knowledge Production in Data Journalism at The Guardian, The New York Times and ProPublica. (master's thesis)

  6.  Cohen, Sarah, Hamilton, James T., and Turner, Fred. (2011). Computational journalism. Communications of the ACM, 54 (10), 66-71. doi:10.1145/2001269.2001288 (journal article)

  7.  Cohen, Sarah, Li, Chengkai, Yang, Jun, and Yu, Chong. (2011). Computational Journalism: A Call to Arms to Database Researchers. 5th Biennial Conference on Innovative Data Systems Research. (pp. 148-151) . 5th Biennial Conference on Innovative Data Systems Research. (pp. 148-151) . doi:10.1.1.190.7178 (conference paper)

  8.  Cox, Melisma. (2000, March). The Development of Computer-Assisted Reporting. Newspaper Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Southeast Colloquium. Chapel Hill, North Carolina Newspaper Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Southeast Colloquium. Chapel Hill, North Carolina. (conference proceedings)

  9.  Fast, Victoria, Müller, Philipp, and Scherr, Sebastian. (2014). Der kombinierte Einsatz von Daten und Fallbeispielen in den Medien: Wirkung und Glaubwürdigkeit.In Wiebke Loosen & Marco Dahle (Eds.), Journalismus und (sein) Publikum. (pp. 317-334) . Wiesbaden:Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden. Journalismus und (sein) Publikum. (pp. 317-334) . Wiesbaden.:Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden. doi:10.1007/978-3-531-19821-7_17 (book chapter)

  10.  Gray, Jonathan, Bounegru, Liliana, and Chambers, Lucy. (2012). The Data Journalism Handbook: How Journalists Can Use Data to Improve the News. (book)

  11.  Gynnild, Astrid. (2013). Journalism Innovation Leads to Innovation Journalism: The Impact of Computational Exploration on Changing Mindsets. Journalism, 0 (0), 1-18. doi:10.1177/1464884913486393 (journal article)

  12.  Hamilton, James T., and Turner, Fred. (2009). Accountability Through Algorithm: Developing the Field of Computational Journalism. Center For Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences Summer Workshop. (misc)

  13.  Karlsen, Joakim, and Stavelin, Erik. (2014). Computational Journalism in Norwegian Newsrooms. Journalism Practice, 8 (1), 34-48. doi:10.1080/17512786.2013.813190 (journal article)

  14.  Kayser-Bril, Nicolas. (2013). Wie Computer den Journalismus verändern.In Leif Kramp, Leonard Novy, Dennis Ballwieser & Karsten Wenzlaff (Eds.), Journalismus in der digitalen Moderne: Einsichten – Ansichten – Aussichten. (pp. 135-139) . Wiesbaden:Springer Fachmedien. Journalismus in der digitalen Moderne: Einsichten – Ansichten – Aussichten. (pp. 135-139) . Wiesbaden.:Springer Fachmedien. (book chapter)

  15.  Lesage, Frederik, and Hackett, Robert A.. (2013). Between Objectivity and Openness:The Mediality of Data for Journalism. Media and Communication, 1, 39-50. doi:10.12924/mac2013.01010039 (journal article)

  16.  Mair, John, Keeble, Richard Lance , Bradshaw, Paul, and Beleaga, Teodora. (2014). Data Journalism: Mapping the Future. (book)

  17.  Martinisi, Alessandro. (2013, June). Data Journalism and Its Role in Open Government. 5th International Scientific Conference (ISC) on e-Governance. Sofia, Bulgaria 5th International Scientific Conference (ISC) on e-Governance. Sofia, Bulgaria. (conference proceedings)

  18.  Parasie, Sylvain, and Dagiral, Eric. (2013). Data-Driven Journalism and the Public Good: “Computer-Assisted-Reporters” and “Programmer-Journalists” in Chicago. New Media & Society, 15 (8), 853-871. doi:10.1177/1461444812463345 (journal article)

  19.  Poynter Institute for Media Studies. (1999). When Nerds and Words Collide: Reflections on the Development of Computer Assisted Reporting. . (misc)

  20.  Stefan Kasberger, and testor. (2014). me mysteelf and fuck you. best one, 1. (journal article)

  21.  Weber, Wibke, and Rall, Hannes. (2012, July). Data Visualization in Online Journalism and Its Implications for the Production Process. 16th International Conference on Information Visualisation (IV). Montpellier 16th International Conference on Information Visualisation (IV). Montpellier. doi:10.1109/IV.2012.65 (conference proceedings)

  22.  Yarnall, Louise, Johnson, J. T., Rinne, Luke, and Ranney, Michael Andrew. (2008). How Post-Secondary Journalism Educators Teach Advanced CAR Data Analysis Skills in the Digital Age. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 63 (2), 146–164. doi:10.1177/107769580806300204 (journal article)