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About this blog

This is a machine-learning-data-political blog

For example, I’d write about the implications of the chaotic electoral system in the U.S. and could talk about political implications - gerrymandering, misrepresentation of the popular vote and afterwards talk about how to calculate the impact and plot gerrymandered districts or how the senate would look like with a different electoral system.

As for me:

I am a Physics/Machine learning Ph.D. student at the Max-Born-Institute Berlin. As for my hobbies, I am a musician, writer, runner and reader. I am a very political person and a nerd and try to combine these two properties for this blog.

Please find me here:
Mail: julian@welivein.space
Twitter: jules_carpenter
Github: julian-carpenter
Google Scholar: Julian Zimmermann
Orcid: Julian Zimmermann
LinkedIn: Julian Zimmermann

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