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The EITI Global Conference in Lima hosted several side-events, with the EITI Data Storytellers Bootcamp being a notable one. This event was aimed at sharing experiences and cooperation on the ways to use the growing volume of data produced by the EITI reports.

Workstreams of the Bootcamp covered different open data tools, software and portals to visualize, interpret and present information, including some useful hacks as user-centered design,

Aasmund from RDF blogs from the Data Storytelling Bootcamp.

Dewi from Indonesia EITI blogs from the Data Storytelling Bootcamp.

Dewi Yuliandini H is a Data Analyst of Extractives at Publish What You Pay Indonesia, and is works on Open Data, Natural Resources Management and Climate Change issues. Follow Dewi on Twitter @dewiyuliandini

“While others are busy discussing about governance and management, we are here having fun playing with data and lots of games such as MAP-X, OpenRefine, Tableau,

EITI International Board approved 2016 Standard at its meeting in Lima on 23 February 2016.

Stakeholders from host governments, civil society and Chinese companies met at the 7th EITI Global Conference.

The conference theme is “reports to results”, which captures the challenge ahead.

In the fourth of a set of contributions, Clare Short reflects on her time as EITI Chair.