Elif Lab at Data Driven Innovation

Italy’s largest conference on the world of data and innovation. On May 18 we will be present in Rome with a talk entitled “Bayesian probabilistic algorithms and human sciences for modeling and predicting behaviors”. Event agenda

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Analyzing the gastronomic offer by city

What is eaten in restaurants in Rome and Milan? Through the data collection and analysis we describe how Italians’ tastes are changing highlighting the increase in the number of some ethnic cuisine restaurants. Our research for Identità Golose: http://www.identitagolose.it/sito/it/44/18681/dallitalia/milano-e-roma-ecco-come-cambia-la-ristorazione.html

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“Self driving”: scratching the surface of the topic

The “self driving” issue is becoming central in the news mainstream and it will probably re-shape the vehicle market in the next few years. It is always difficult to stay up-to-date on the emerging ideas and concepts: in order to try to extract some insights regarding self driving, we’ve...

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Analyzing visits on Wikipedia pages

Analyzing the number of viewers on different days and time of the day, lets us discover trends and monitor events that are gaining popularity on Wikipedia. Which are the most followed tv shows? Did that political event have an impact on a broader audience? Is there a correlation between...

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What future for Italian political parties?

Jointly with VoteWatch Europe we compared voting behaviour of the Italian political parties in the European and in the Italian Parliament. You can read the research on our blog on Medium.   We also realized two interactive maps showing the key votes we analyzed in the study. Each dot...

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Match the MEP

We love playing with data. This is why we started thinking and creating simple games using information we collected for our projects on the European Parliament. One of them is match the MEP: can you guess the MEP by seeing only a tiny part of his face? Can you...

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