Aussie newsroom is getting the word out about the most efficient way to write an article about a major sporting event in the world.
The Guardian’s Aussie team is using a sophisticated data-mining algorithm to create a graph showing the impact of a number of different events on the Australian news cycle.
The graph shows how many times each event is mentioned and how many mentions it gets in each section of the Australian newspaper.
The team says that the results are useful for anyone who wants to find out how much information is being shared across the different outlets.
The result is a graph that is visually striking, but is not overly complicated to understand.
The algorithm is based on a combination of data collected from newspapers, social media, and data from Google.
“We’ve been using it to create this graph for years, and we’ve always liked the look of it,” one of the project’s authors, James Rimmer, told the ABC.
“It’s not the easiest thing to do, but we’re doing it because it makes sense.”
News.org.au has developed a way to create graphs of the news cycle for a wide range of media outlets.
A more thorough explanation can be found here.
The results show the most frequent topic being mentioned, and that there is more coverage of a sporting event when it is mentioned more than other events.
“The fact that there’s a lot of attention to the sport is an indication of how much the audience is interested in it,” Mr Rimmer said.
The algorithm has been tested with more than 20 news organisations, including ABC, the Daily Telegraph, The Age, The Drum, and The Australian. “
You can see the increase in mentions of a sport as more and more people are paying attention to it.”
The algorithm has been tested with more than 20 news organisations, including ABC, the Daily Telegraph, The Age, The Drum, and The Australian.
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