Kip Hill got data for class about tax increment financing projects across Missouri and analyzed it for stories in the Missourian last week. I like how Kip gives readers a peek at how he did the story on the Missourian’s Watchword blog. He even provided copies of his Excel spreadsheets and a copy of his query audit trail. I don’t know how much the average Missourian site visitor will get out of the SQL, but it’s great to share it for the people who are deeply interested in the subject.
Veteran investigative reporter and data journalist. Advocate for open government.
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