Welcome to our special place where we share data of the best data journalism from around the world.
When people apply to the Sigma Awards, they are required to share more than a description of their work. We ask about the technologies used, the impact reached, the challenges encountered, and more. We also gather data on countries and organizations represented.
We believe this information can be very valuable to other members of the data journalism community. That's why we are sharing it with you in a usable format.
Over 2,200 projects gathered in 4 years
There's been four editions of the awards so far. For the Sigmas 2023 alone, we received 638 entries, from 332 organizations in 80 countries/areas, representing the work of hundreds of data journalists done throughout the year 2022. You can check past winners, and all projects ever submitted to the Sigmas, via the Sigmas' GitHub:
Congratulations to the winners and to all those who've sent their projects in! You've helped us compile the best data-driven projects of the past years, an invaluable contribution that helps us monitor the evolution of our field.
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