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You Are What You Eat (and Drink): Identifying Cultural Boundaries by Analyzing Food and Drink Habits in Foursquare

@article{Silva2014YouAW,
  title={You Are What You Eat (and Drink): Identifying Cultural Boundaries by Analyzing Food and Drink Habits in Foursquare},
  author={Thiago H. Silva and Pedro O. S. Vaz de Melo and J. Almeida and Mirco Musolesi and A. Loureiro},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1404.1009}
}
Food and drink are two of the most basic needs of human beings. However, as society evolved, food and drink became also a strong cultural aspect, being able to describe strong differences among people. Traditional methods used to analyze cross-cultural differences are mainly based on surveys and, for this reason, they are very difficult to represent a significant statistical sample at a global scale. In this paper, we propose a new methodology to identify cultural boundaries and similarities… Expand
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