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Using data to track mainstream and social media during the 2017 UK election campaign

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Using data to track mainstream and social media during the 2017 UK election campaign. / Moore, Martin; Ramsay, Gordon Neil.

Data Journalism: Past, Present and Future. Abramis, 2017. p. 126-133.

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Harvard

Moore, M & Ramsay, GN 2017, Using data to track mainstream and social media during the 2017 UK election campaign. in Data Journalism: Past, Present and Future. Abramis, pp. 126-133.

APA

Moore, M., & Ramsay, G. N. (2017). Using data to track mainstream and social media during the 2017 UK election campaign. In Data Journalism: Past, Present and Future (pp. 126-133). Abramis.

Vancouver

Moore M, Ramsay GN. Using data to track mainstream and social media during the 2017 UK election campaign. In Data Journalism: Past, Present and Future. Abramis. 2017. p. 126-133

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Moore, Martin ; Ramsay, Gordon Neil. / Using data to track mainstream and social media during the 2017 UK election campaign. Data Journalism: Past, Present and Future. Abramis, 2017. pp. 126-133

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