People seem more afraid of crime than they are likely to be victims of crime. But are there any patterns in the demographics? Are those who are more afraid also more likely to be victims? I made an interactive data visualization to try and find out: (in English)  Go to Crime vs Fear visualization Data […]

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After every Danish election, we see which parties won which municipalities. But what about the relative changes in party support? Where are parties growing, where are the shrinking, and are there any obvious patterns to these changes? I decided to find out.  Go to Data Visualization How to navigate the visualization First, choose a political […]

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Know how you start reading one Wikipedia article, click on a link, and end up several links deep? This effect is well-known, and has become of enough interest that the Wikimedia foundation has started releasing (anonymized) data around the phenomenon (more information here) In the wake of the interest, I thought I’d make a tool […]

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What kinds of words do representatives use as though they were synonyms? When they say “citizen”, do they mean “fellow person”? Or do they use it interchangeably with “consumer”? I made a tool to explore and answer these questions. Give it a try! (in Swedish)  Go to data explorer How to use the data explorer […]

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