How to tell a data story

Wildisen-Münch, Anna Cristina and Görlich, Nico and Mähr, Moritz. (2022) How to tell a data story.

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At Stadt.Geschichte.Basel, more than 70 historians research the history of Basel from the Celts to the present. The focus is on current and little-researched topics such as the industrial and commercial history of the 19th and 20th centuries or the history of migration. The city's history is not viewed in isolation, but is interwoven regionally and internationally at the economic, political and cultural levels. It is published in 10 printed volumes. In addition, selected historical aspects are presented in the form of data stories. To facilitate this process, the Stadt.Geschichte.Basel research data management team has developed a guide. It walks through the questions that led to the development, production and publication of the data story.
Faculties and Departments:04 Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences > Departement Geschichte
UniBasel Contributors:Wildisen-Münch, Anna Cristina and Görlich, Nico and Mähr, Moritz
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