Women's Non-Violent Protests; A Web Scraping Example

Women's Non-Violent Protests; A Web Scraping Example

Overall, I believe that making a downloadable, well-structured database will pave the way for many other types of research and contributions. In this case, making the data easily accessible will help us to better understand how and why women protest. Even better, we might get one step closer to discovering the most successful and efficient protests techniques in women's struggle.

CREATING AN ANDROID APP FOR COLLECTIVE MAPPING

CREATING AN ANDROID APP FOR COLLECTIVE MAPPING

During 2016 I was crazy about the idea of collective mapping.
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Unfortunately, soon I realised it was an impossible wish to handle alone. It was very difficult and exhaustive for me to reach out to people. So basically I stopped doing them. But the beautiful part is that this journey showed me two things; my unstopable passion and that I can create simple android apps. Below you can see some screenshots that are rendered for Google Play.

Predicting house prices in Stockholm using Tensorflow

Predicting house prices in Stockholm using Tensorflow

You might wonder why we need to train a neural network to predict house prices. We can simply check web pages for this right?  There are many benefits to an ANN but for this example let's say you want to sell your house that is 50m2 with 2 rooms and assume there aren't many houses that has these specifications. So what is the best price for your house?

Analysing Turkey's Upcoming Referendum via Tweets

Analysing Turkey's Upcoming Referendum via Tweets

The referendum is approaching and we have no idea what's waiting Turkey. Waiting can sometimes be a bit overwhelming so I decided to analyse social media reactions and see what people are posting about this matter. So the basic idea is to analyse the most popular hashtags around this topic; #referandum #evet (YES) and #hayır (NO). 

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PRESS FREEDOM IN CRISIS

PRESS FREEDOM IN CRISIS

The  intellectuals, writers, dissents in Turkey are still in big trouble. The Turkish Penal Code has a new article, article 299, to "protect Erdoğan's one man project" and it's not the only one jeopardizing the freedom of speech.