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Pamela Duncan

The Guardian
Acting editor
Pamela Duncan is the acting editor of the Guardian’s Data Project team, producing high quality and exclusive data stories. She can usually be found at her desk poring over spreadsheets, translating non-machine readable PDFs into a usable format and using coding skills - most often a combination of scraping and regex - to build datasets from previously unstructured data.
She is a self-declared data evangelist who forces her love of data upon her colleagues, offering training when her workload allows. She has taught as a visiting lecturer in data journalism at City, University of London and trained journalists at conferences including DataHarvest, VVOJ, NICAR and the CIJ Summer School. She has also written a bespoke data curriculum to teach journalists in developing countries.