Corpus ID: 26264416

Análisis de resultados electorales: comparación de métodos y estimación de votos por franja etaria

  title={An{\'a}lisis de resultados electorales: comparaci{\'o}n de m{\'e}todos y estimaci{\'o}n de votos por franja etaria},
  author={Camilo Melani and Joaqu{\'i}n Torr{\'e} Zaffaroni and A. Hernandez and Juan V. Echag{\"u}e},
The State and its citizens generate lots of data. Once stored and processed, data can help resolve questions in Social Sciences, where it is common to need data in a different level of aggregation than the data is presented. In election results, we would like to understand the decision of each voter or group of voters, but the data is only available at the polling-place level. This problem is known as ecological inference. In this work we compare two methods to estimate the share of votes for… Expand


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