Projects submitted to the Data Journalism Awards competition

Right here you will find a list of all the projects submitted to the Data Journalism Awards competition.  

365 days of trump claims
Country: United States
Organisation: The Washington Post
Data visualisation of the year
Interactive
Collaboration
Visualisation
Social media
Verification
Public institutions
Applicant
Chiqui
Esteban
Team Members
I didn\'t work in this project. People involved: Glenn Kessler, Michelle Ye Hee Lee, Meg Kelly, Leslie Shapiro
Project Description
This Washington Post\'s Fact Checker’s ongoing database compile all false or misleading claims made by President Trump since assuming office. The projects serves as a visual summary of all the work the Fact Checker has been doing trying to explain what it\'s true or not from the President\'s statements, tweets and claims in general, and categorize them.
What makes this project innovative?
The level of effort to fact check all of the President\'s claims and the challenge of being able to automatically visualize, categorize and cluster thousands of claims on an automatic way, so this piece can be updated almost live in a easy-to-understand way for the reader.
What was the impact of your project? How did you measure it?
The project has been repeatedly referenced in media around the world. Some examples: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/donald-trump-false-claims-lies-misleading-president-facts-statements-a8138071.html http://www.scmp.com/news/world/united-states-canada/article/2127708/president-trump-has-made-more-2000-false-or http://www.elfinanciero.com.mx/mundo/trump-ha-dicho-mas-de-mil-mentiras-desde-el-inicio-de-su-mandato.html https://elpais.com/elpais/2017/02/24/opinion/1487959818_932894.html It is also a steady source of traffic for the Post.
Source and methodology
The data for this project is generated by the Fact Checker team in the Washington Post
Technologies Used
Spreadsheets, Javascript (Node)