The undeclared war on Women in Europe: The data analysis methodology
The story reports on the issue of femicides and violence against women in 28 European countries from 2010 to 2021.
The gender gap in Europe’s street names is here to stay
In 30 of Europe's biggest cities, streets named after women make up only 9 per cent of the streets dedicated to individuals. The imbalance has started to narrow in some places, but progress is too slow: at this rate, it would take centuries to really close the gap.
The slow death of open data in Greece
What led to the transition from innovative transparency to the "sealing off" of data during the pandemic?
The Greek wiretapping scandal on Twitter: The course of the conversation, polarization and the role of the media
iMEdD Lab and Datalab present a research collaboration analyzing the the conversation about the wiretapping scandal on Twitter.
Prisons remained unprotected during the 4th wave of the pandemic
Measures to limit the transmission of coronavirus in Greek prisons did not work, resulting in a 1.4 times higher spread compared to the general population.
Auctions in Greece since 2018
The iMEdD Lab presents the evolution of auctions in Greece.
Building the application for auctions in Greece
The data, their processing, analyses and visualizations in the application “Auctions in Greece since 2018”.
Residential property accounts for 38% of personal assets “lost” in auctions linked to banks
In the last 3.5 years, more than 46 000 auctions have taken place via the online auction service. In 66% of cases, multiple auctions were required to settle a single debt, and in half of the cases, debt repayment was not possible, based on the starting price.
The data on deaths inside and outside the ICU during the second wave of the pandemic
Seven out of ten COVID-19 related deaths occurred outside the ICU, during Greece’s second wave of the pandemic.