Data Drum is a new platform offering automated live graphics, news stories and APIs to help explain the world to everyone from curious citizens to academics, analysts and investors.
Our code continuously scours the world's data, cleans it and presents it with style and structure.
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Data Drum came about when a Venezuela-based reporter noticed how little people understood about what their government was doing and how slow and unreliable news and data outlets were at collecting figures to show what was going on.
The reporter wrote code to do exactly that and display it with speed, style and structure on a website and mobile apps. They became hugely popular, used by everyone from people on the street and local business owners to politicians and investors.
Data Drum is a global expansion of that original project. It and its predecessor have been cited by the New York Times, BBC, Washington Post, Miami Herald, Times of London and JPMorgan.
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