National Geographic publishes an interactive graphic based on research done with participation of IFISC researchers

Sept. 13, 2018

National Geographic, one of the largest non-profit scientific and educational organizations in the world, has published on its website an interactive graphic of the results of a research carried out at IFSIC. The article, entitled “Immigrant community integration in world cities” and published at PLOS ONE, proposes a method that, using Twitter data, analyzes the degree of spatial segregation of immigrant communities. Further information about the research can be found at its corresponding news page.

The applet developed by National Geographic shows the data collected and processed by researchers and allows the user to sort cities by how well they integrate each immigrant community based on their language. The access to the app is at:

Fabio Lamanna, Maxime Lenormand, María Henar Salas-Olmedo, Gustavo Romanillos, Bruno Gonçalves, José J. Ramasco. PLOS ONE. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0191612


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