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Mind Your Own Text: Public Data for Political Insights

 Who is your favorite president? Can Data Science aid in evaluating presidents and their policies? From the suburbs of Washington, D.C., our research group at George Mason University (Abhishek Kamath, Suyameendra Wadki, and Abhishek Madhusudhan) have developed a Text- Mining system to help you answer these questions! Governments around the world are racing to advance open government initiatives. The US federal government for instance, is one of the main collectors and distributors of data. Some of the American governmental data are private or confidential, while many other parts are public. Federal agencies post some of their public data online; nevertheless,

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