Qualitative. Quantitative.You name it, I like analysing it.
21 Aug 2016
I recently wrote a blog post - a letter to my heterosexual friends about Orlando - that went unintentionally viral. Here's the story behind that post.
23 Apr 2016
Data should empower our decision making; so why is it so often useless?
12 Mar 2016
I've analysed more than 2GB of tweets about the 2016 BRIT Awards in the name of (pseudo) science!
27 Apr 2015
Every country gets the same douze points when voting in the Eurovision Song Contest. But what if they didn't?
15 Feb 2015
I decided to do some content analysis of the 2015 BAFTA awards using live streaming data from Twitter. If you like graphs, you'll love this.
07 Feb 2015
I've made 22,417 tweets over 2,187 days on Twitter. That makes for a lot of data to explore my quantified self.
23 Aug 2013
If preferences are fixed, the Chancellor has a lot of control over monetary policy even in a system of apparent independence. But are preferences fixed?
01 Jun 2013
This piece explores the arguments used during two phases of regulatory reform of the financial services sector. I use content analysis of Parliamentary debates to understand the causes of these policy changes.