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A spatial analysis of where patents come from, which combines different datasets and sheds light on both hyper-local and continental phenomena, by Topi Tjukanov.
As Pedro Sanchez failed in its second attempt to become Prime Minister of Spain, we take a look at an infographic which uncovers how long it takes, on average and across Europe, to form a government.
Mediapart dug into newly released data from the French Agency for Biodiversity to understand where pesticides end up in France at a local level.
In the light of a historical comparison with previous governments, the current French executive comes second in the use of a legislative tool that limits Parliamentary prerogatives.
Researchers at Bruegel think tank provide a fine-tuned analysis of EU regions’ growth performance between 2003 and 2015.
What have the candidates for the European Parliament published on Twitter, and how much have the citizens interacted with them? EuVisions analysed 2.3 million Tweets in six member states.
Income-related data relative to the German population might explain the downfall of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) over the past 15 years.
The TUI foundation, a German organisation supporting “Young Europe”-related projects, published the Young Europe 2019 study, highlighting the opinions of 16 to 26-year-old EU citizens on the integration process.
The Friedrich Ebert Stiftung released a research outlining the state of inequalities in Germany. Der Spiegel draws on the data and creates multidimensional heatmaps.