The Data Journalism Handbook is looking for more contributions from avid and enthusiastic data journalists. Whether you are a budding data journalist or someone with years of experience, we'd love your help to fine-tune the book and get it ready for the press (no pun intended).
Work on the handbook was kick-started in November of last year at the Mozilla Festival in London. In just two days, 55 contributors drafted 60 pages (20,000 words) for six chapters. The handbook is a community project; therefore, anyone who has experience in data journalism can help draft the book. The work, in turn, goes back to the community as anyone is allowed to freely use, modify, adapt, and reuse the handbook.
For more information and to access the submission form, please visit the website.