This chapter offers a typology for understanding data journalism, computational journalism, computer-assisted reporting, and other forms of quantitative journalism in a 2015 journal article the author optimistically titled "Clarifying Journalism's Quantitative Turn". Numerous news organizations developed specialized data teams, global data journalism awards were instituted, and attendance at the annual conference of the seminal US group National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting tripled between 2010 and 2014. A few scholars have attempted to move this clarifying work forward with typologies organizing and distinguishing between various types of quantitative journalism. For both data journalism and computational journalism, some general themes have arisen that can help to broadly characterize both forms, even as they continue to shift and our knowledge of them expands. The greatest disagreement among scholars regarding data journalism is over the degree to which it represents a pattern of continuity with previous forms of quantitative journalism.