Can you imagine what it would be like if all deaths from covid-19 had occurred around your house?
A data-driven investigation reveals how Google's image search perpetuates sexist stereotypes. Women from Latin America, eastern Europe and southeast Asia are particularly affected.
Data analysis reveals many Brazilians live near dams that, without proper maintenance and governmental oversight, could be deadly in case of failure.
Areas where there is professional journalism are like forests, with lights, shadows, nuances, diversity and oxygen. At the other extreme are the news deserts: monochromatic, arid, dry and prone to mirage.
Instead of treating patients and prescribing drugs, a branch of the medical sciences uses numbers and statistical models to understand how diseases spread. See what they reveal about covid-19
Data may help us discover which are the centers of excellence in research in the country, but it also makes clear that evaluating scientific production is no simple task
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of Spain's largest musem, we used machine learning to explore over 6,000 paintings virtually
This app monitors votes in the House of Representatives to measure the actual size of the Federal Government congressional coalition
For the first time, you can see how your neighborhood voted
We used AI to find out what each candidate was feeling during one of their televised meetings
He usually talked in flattering terms about the regime, which is infamous for repression and torture
Brazilian government spent millions on luxurious steakhouse dinners
Story shortlisted in the Information is Beatiful Awards 2017, with design by Vinicius Sueiro
An analysis on 15,654 tweets by Brazilian presidential candidates shows what's unique in their political discourses
Soccer is globalized. In the World Cup, this becomes even more evident: almost all stars play in clubs from outside their home countries. We explored the subject in-depth and used charts to show how this happened
I tell stories with data. Ever heard that talk about chasing news and bringing to light issues that shouldn't be hidden? I do pretty much the same, but before knocking on doors, I write some code and analyze huge spreadsheets. There are stories in every corner and there are also stories to be uncovered in databases. I like them both.
I graduated from Ponta Grossa State University, back in my hometown, and did a specialization in data journalism at Columbia University, in New York. Today, I collaborate with the data journalism team at Deutsche Welle and do projects as a freelancer.