Charts of UK Parliamentary language usage, 1935-


2 Responses to “Charts of UK Parliamentary language usage, 1935-”

  1. Anonymous says:

    This is interesting, but why those particular words? Are they judged especially ‘weaselly’ or what? And wouldn’t this be even more informative if you normalized for each word’s usage in the populace at large; perhaps extracted from newspapers (minus the recorded parliamentary speeches, of course) for each time-slice?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Could you change the labeling of your chart so that the colorblind (or colorblindish) can tell the lines for “stakeholder” and “innovation” apart?

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