@jailonbond is a bot that tracks and tweets about individuals being held in Connecticut Department of Corrections facilities and the bond they have to pay to be freed while awaiting trial.
Every day it tweets for each new inmate who is admitted in a correctional facility in Connecticut.
It provides valuable information for the public, criminal justice reporters but also decision makers and advocators in one of the most controversial issues of the American criminal justice system: racial disparities in bail.
Follow it here: @jailonbond
This scrolly-telling project tracks and analyzes the average EMS response times to different kinds of emergencies in New York City. It tries to identify the barriers and black holes to ambulance response in the urban area of the five boroughs of the city.
Smog, the bot, analyzes hourly the levels of different pollutants in different areas of New York city and sends an alert to the reporter when it detects an outlier, because there could be a story behind it. Also, it sends a headline and a summary with the main insights of the analysis.
🌲 Decision tree model for the elections
A classification tree model, built in R, that analyzes the sociodemographic variables that influenced the winning party in the Spanish elections.