One of the things Qlik Sense has made easier is the ability to make mashups. Using Qlik Sense and web technologies people can make attractive and engaging mashup applications that sit in websites rather than just in files on your desktop. A subsection of these mashups is data journalism.
I’ve written about data journalism a bit in the past. Data journalism tell stories using data. Charts support the story but they aren’t the main focus. The main focus is the narrative - it’s focused on the story that is being told. This is a shift from traditional app design because in traditional app design the charts are the focus along with an array of filters, data tables, and other elements. Traditional BI applications are more like choose your own adventure novels where the users choose what to focus on and interact with the charts to get there. Data journalism takes a more guided approach. Great examples of data journalism can regularly be found on FiveThirtyEight and the Uphot by the NY Times.
In this spirit, for those looking to generate more data journalism directed content, a few things to consider: