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UK General Election Day 17 Twitter Analysis

We’re going to mix things up a little starting from today. I’m going to drop the word chart, as I don’t think it really gives us much information, and I’m going to add two new charts, one Posts Per Hour by Party, and the other a map of the UK marked with geotagged tweets and the party that was the subject of the tweet. 911 more words

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UK General Election Day 16 Twitter Analysis

Hello there, and lets kick off today’s analysis by looking at the Top 10 Word Chart:

As you might guess, with the flurry of manifestos that were launched yesterday, (see later)that word leads the chart today. 587 more words

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Animated great circles 2: smoother lines

Here is draft two of my great circle arcs R animation. This time I focused on improving the smoothness of the lines and removing some buggy line behavior, keeping it on a flat map for now. 143 more words

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Social Graphs – A Day in The Life of GE2015

Sometimes a picture paints a thousands words, and that’s as true in data science as it is in anything else. In this post I want to capture a day (Sunday 12 April 2015) in the life of the General Election – namely the social graphs around key topics of the day. 720 more words

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UK General Election Day 14 Twitter Analysis

Looking at the Top 10 Word Chart, it looks like the dominant story is going to be future cuts and the confusion around Labour’s stance on, to what extent those will be felt in Scotland: 430 more words

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Animated paths in R: toy example

Recently I have shared examples of animations made using R which feature traversal of pathways, specifically grid cell borders and great circle arcs. Here I provide the basic code required to generate a path sequence from a path. 672 more words

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UK General Election Day 13 Twitter Analysis

Hello and welcome to a Twitter analysis of day 13 of the election. Let’s jump in and have a look at the word frequency chart: 446 more words

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