Dirty Politics Podcast - Episode 5 - Statistics and models with statistician Peter Ellis Welcome to Episode 5 of my Dirty Politics podcast. In this episode Simon Lusk and I look at a statistics based model for this election, developed by professional statistician Peter Ellis. He is a professional statistician or possibly a data scientist.
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