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Visualizing Speeches Made in the German Parliament

by Michael McLaughlin
A graph showing that the German parliament spoke most often about German reunification in 1957.

Zeit Online has created a series of data visualizations illustrating how debate and the topics discussed in the German parliament have changed since 1949. For example, speakers have increasingly used “we” instead of “I” since 1975. In addition, speakers have discussed globalization less and less since 2016. Users can also search for terms that interest them to visualize how often speakers have used the terms since 1949.

Take a look.

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