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Peter Ellis
Statistician / data scientist with wide-ranging interests. Tweets represent my views (if that), definitely no-one else. Day job is in the public sector.
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Peter Ellis 9h
Duo lingo
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Peter Ellis 12h
Replying to @jonlovett @megan_k_h
Let's hope this is the main thing 2017 is remembered for. If remembered at all.
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Peter Ellis 13h
Replying to @dimsie @pitakakariki
Yes, "even Goebbels was in favour of freedom of speech for people he agreed with".
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Peter Ellis 16h
Replying to @dataandme
Bit like Chuck Norris is real but there is also a genre of fictional tall tales about him.
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Peter Ellis 17h
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Peter Ellis Sep 23
Same criteria applied to Australia, Labour "comfortably won" every election for decades (non Labour PM only because of Lib/Nat coalition)
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Peter Ellis Sep 23
Yes, I should have made something up for TOP, once I did point estimates for vote rather than just focusing on seats as per my original aim.
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Peter Ellis Sep 23
Splitting between Greens and Labour costs nothing. And TOP made little difference.
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Peter Ellis Sep 23
Replying to @dandrezner
In a parliamentary system like UK or Australia he'd be gone by now.
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Peter Ellis Sep 23
Sounds like a good extension/enhancement for lucr
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Peter Ellis Sep 23
"Enrol and vote same time" is a special but most advance votes are counted already.
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Peter Ellis Sep 23
Surprised not more NZ focus on the big fact that whatever happens next, the coalition of the last 9 years was voted out.
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Peter Ellis Sep 23
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Peter Ellis Sep 23
right where the polls were
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Peter Ellis Sep 23
Greens candidate vote more than their party vote in Nelson so far (but not enough to win)
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Peter Ellis Sep 23
exactly all, on my count
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Peter Ellis Sep 22
Liberal-led goverments in Australia are very rarely led by the largest party in Parliament. It's called a "coalition".
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Peter Ellis Sep 22
Replying to @pitakakariki
I did know that it chose an level based on some algorithm but prob didn't think about it enough towards the end when things got volatile...
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Peter Ellis Sep 22
Yes, same... let me know if you spot anything.
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Peter Ellis Sep 22
There's quite some ad hoccery in how house effects are done in my model A.
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