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Webinar #1, fall 2020: Meetings, flows and segregation – what different data say

Published Sep 18, 2020

Through short presentations from the project Urban segregation within Senseable Stockholm Lab, you get insight into exciting research and how new ways to collect, analyze and visualize data show how the city’s spaces are used.

What does Twitter data say about how the city is used? What exchange between neighborhoods can we see? What can we learn about the development of property prices in relation to socio-economic composition? How have our habits and use of the city changed during the corona pandemic?


The webinar took place on 18 September 2020


Miriam Nordfors, The City of Stockholm


Ann Legeby, KTH. Paolo Santi, MIT Senseable City Lab. Cate Heine, MIT Senseable City Lab. Daniel Koch, KTH. Tom Benson, MIT Senseable City Lab. Oskar Västberg, KTH.

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Last changed: Sep 18, 2020