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Twitonomy offers detailed, visualized analytics about every aspect of your Twitter account with both free and premium content. Easily browse, search, filter, learn – iterate & repeat.

JA Resource Q&A: “See the documents that support fact-checks”

Quick tips on keeping the record straight with U.S. economic data: how to recognize squishy figures, provide direct documentation and offer much more than numbers alone.


Find people tweeting about your local stories and beats. TweetCharts lets users compile a comprehensive report based on any hashtag, username, word, phrase, or URL.


Layering a specific need into fact-checking options, Sunlight and IRE join forces, creating this handy way to verify politicians' economic claims. A guide to datasets, including easy explainers.

JA How-to: A four-step guerrilla guide to social listening

How to tap into the powerful promise of social listening: Four essential steps and tools to support each that won’t break the bank.

Data Journalism Handbook

Created by passionate, practicing journalists, this free how-to helps you “combine the traditional ‘nose for news’ and...a compelling story, with the sheer scale and range of digital information.”

The Center for Digital Information

CDI helps publishers and others communicate in a way that takes full advantage of digital. Offering a fundamental rethinking designed to keep “vital information” read and understood.

Data Management Platforms for Publishers

Specializing in data “ingestion, analysis and portability,” Bluekai’s free whitepaper on data management platforms helps target content to satisfy your audience and bottom line.

Reporters’ Lab: Tools, Techniques & Research for Public Affairs Reporting

Vetting tools and techniques to empower journalists seeking information vital for public interest reporting. Reviews, research and tutorials help you mine the data and come out with a story.


Collect, aggregate, then visualize on a map and timeline. Crowdmap is free, designed to help you “monitor elections, map crisis information, curate local resources, document a zombie invasion.”
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