Camille Borrett is a computational social scientist working for European Elections Stats in Brussels, where she applies R and Python programming to conduct research on the European Union. She programmed a seat projection and an Open Data Hub for the European Elections 2019. More open data projects are currently in the works: https://europeanelectionsstats.eu/.
Come election day, voters are all asked one crucial question: Who are you going to vote for? But behind every vote, there’s plenty more. We took a look at 5 ways that data journalists parsed the 2019 European Parliament election.
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