Dirk and Sebastian talk about a range of tools Sebastian used to analyze complexity and tone of our debates and we talk about online debating and some of the feedbacks we’ve seen.
But as usual: the main purpose of our in-between-o-sodes is to open the floor for your initial votes on the motion “Turkey should be part of EU!”.
To vote for or against the motion before publishing, click on the voting symbol on _this_ episode.
Tools and articles we discussed today:
- Wikipedia: On the internet, nobody knows you’re a dog
- Wikipedia article on sentiment analysis
- Wikipedia: Godwin’s Law
- Wikipedia: Flesch-Kincaid readability test
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