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Adam G. Hughes
associate director of data labs at , phd in politics
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Adam G. Hughes May 26
Replying to @joshmccrain
a few ideas: best primary key (bioguide?), state+cd formatting, loading + joining internet data (voteview, legislative effectiveness), tidycensus for district demos
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Brad Jones May 26
Replying to @B_radJ_ones
Democrats represent the places with the most coronavirus deaths. Of the 92,000 deaths (as of May 20th), about 75,000 were in districts represented by Democrats in Congress.
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Sean J. Taylor May 23
A framework for designing and evaluating metrics:
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Adam G. Hughes May 18
New from : while most legislators in the UK, US, New Zealand, Canada, and Australia use Twitter, many tweets aren't getting much engagement from online audiences. Read more (+emoji use by country):
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Ryan J. Gallagher May 7
I finally put this on pip today, so you can start making word shifts with "pip install shifterator" I cleaned up some loose ends and the visualizations should be near publication-ready quality for the most part 🤞🏼reach out if you run into any trouble
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Sindhu Ernala May 5
New paper alert! "How Well Do People Report Time Spent on Facebook? An Evaluation of Established Survey Questions with Recommendations" with . . Paper -
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Adam G. Hughes May 1
Several popular measures of COVID-19 health impacts don't always agree - check out 's post on the Decoded blog for more :
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K0k!l J Apr 27
Thrilled to announce our new paper, "Estimating geographic subjective well-being from Twitter"! Check it out to know how "lol" confounds regional wellbeing estimates. (1/7)
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Adam G. Hughes Apr 29
New from Data Labs: across almost 50K church sermons posted online, just 4% reference abortion, according to new analysis using supervised text classification
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Dennis Quinn Apr 23
China's Belt and Road initiative (BRI) has sparked strong opinions among world leaders - but what about everyday people? Nigerians nearby a BRI project felt cooler towards China during the construction phase, but warmer after completion:
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Monica Anderson Apr 16
Americans are split on if it’s OK for the gov’t to use cellphones to track the location of people who’ve tested positive for , 52% say it’s acceptable, 48% say it’s unacceptable - NEW from
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Adam G. Hughes Apr 14
New analysis shows that the partisan gap in COVID-19 concerns narrows dramatically among those in hardest hit areas:
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Adam G. Hughes Apr 13
Analyzing international survey data using ? Awesome new post by shows how to work with data across countries efficiently + create sharp visualizations:
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Adam G. Hughes Apr 11
Had a great time presenting at , and the talk is now online () if you're interested in how we analyze social media data at
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Sono Shah Apr 2
Replying to @imsonoshah
Democratic members tended to mention COVID-19 earlier than Republicans. We estimate that half of all Democratic members had referenced the virus in at least one tweet as of Feb. 4, while it took until Feb. 24 for half of Republicans to do so.
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Adam G. Hughes Apr 2
Replying to @aghpol
In line with our earlier research (), Democrats who criticized Trump’s response to COVID-19 received more engagement on social media
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Adam G. Hughes Apr 2
New analysis from Data Labs explores Congressional tweeting about COVID-19 and finds a partisan gap in how quickly members mentioned the topic:
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Adam G. Hughes Mar 26
I'm not 100% sure this will work, but in RStudio go to preferences, then packages tab, and change primary repository to:
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Adam G. Hughes Mar 26
Replying to @arnoldlcl
This package has super useful utility functions (table… with NAs!) and amazing survey-specific tools for handling labels, crosstabs, and even creating custom weights. walks through these here:
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Adam G. Hughes Mar 26
I’m super hyped to share this now open-sourced R package: . It's a key component of my team’s survey workflow… and perhaps a useful quarantine diversion
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