Akitaka Matsuo
Akitaka Matsuo
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quanteda: An R package for the quantitative analysis of textual data
K Benoit, K Watanabe, H Wang, P Nulty, A Obeng, S Müller, A Matsuo
Journal of Open Source Software 3 (30), 774, 2018
1842018
Predicting the brexit vote by tracking and classifying public opinion using twitter data
JCAD Lopez, S Collignon-Delmar, K Benoit, A Matsuo
Statistics, Politics and Policy 8 (1), 85-104, 2017
262017
The Effects of Election Proximity on Participatory Shirking: The Staggered‐Term Chamber as a Laboratory
K Fukumoto, A Matsuo
Legislative Studies Quarterly 40 (4), 599-625, 2015
162015
spacyr: Wrapper to the ‘spaCy’‘NLP’Library
K Benoit, A Matsuo
R package version 0.9 6, 2018
102018
Decomposing political knowledge: What is confidence in knowledge and why it matters
S Lee, A Matsuo
Electoral Studies 51, 1-13, 2018
92018
When lab subjects meet real people: Comparing different modes of experiments
P Beramendi, RM Duch, A Matsuo
Asian Political Methodology Conference, Taipai, Taiwan. Retrieved from https …, 2014
72014
Kokkai Giin ha Naze Iinkai de Hatsugen Suru no ka [Why Do Diet Members Speak at Committee Meetings?]
S Matsumoto, A Matsuo
Japanese Journal of Electoral Studies 26 (2), 84-103, 2011
6*2011
Tweet as a tool for election forecast: UK 2015. General election as an example
P Burkhardt, R Duch, A Matsuo
en línia]. http://asiapolmeth. princeton. edu/sites/default/files/polmeth …, 2016
52016
Package ‘spacyr’
K Benoit, A Matsuo, MK Benoit
London, 2018
42018
Findings from the hackathon on understanding euroscepticism through the lens of textual data
F Nanni, G Glavaš, SP Ponzetto, S Tonelli, N Conti, A Aker, AP Aprosio, ...
LREC, 2018
42018
Multi-dimensional policy preferences in the 2015 British general election: A conjoint analysis
A Matsuo, S Lee
Electoral studies 55, 89-98, 2018
32018
Network analysis of Brexit discussion on social media
K Benoit, A Matsuo
The EU Engage Working Paper Series, 1-27, 2018
32018
More positive, assertive and forward-looking: how Leave won Twitter
A Matsuo, K Benoit
LSE Brexit, 2017
22017
Comparing Modes and Samples in Experiments: When Lab Subjects Meet Real People
P Beramendi, RM Duch, A Matsuo
Available at SSRN 2840403, 2016
22016
Locating Economic Perceptions: the Geographical Distribution of Responses to Economic News DRAFT
P Burckhardt, R Duch, A Matsuo
12013
Online Appendix of “Decomposing Political Knowledge: What is Confidence in Knowledge and Why it Matters”
S Lee, A Matsuo
2017
Tweet as a Tool for Election Forecast: UK 2015 General Election as an Example DRAFT
P Burckhardt, R Duch, A Matsuo
2016
Attributing Coalition Responsibility: Experimental Evidence DRAFT
RM Duch, A Matsuo, RT Stevenson
2013
The Electoral Strategy of Legislative Politics: Balancing Party and Member Reputation in Japan and Taiwan
A Matsuo
2012
Party and Individual Influence on Local Fiscal Transfers: The Case of Japan Under Mixed-Membered System
A Matsuo
APSA 2012 Annual Meeting Paper, 2012
2012
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