Miami Herald publishes Gramener’s Debate Interactive

The ‘Miami Herald’, one of Florida’s ma­jor news­pa­pers, pub­lished Gramener’s Interactive on the fi­nal Presidential de­bate– ‘The Las Vegas Showdown’ . The full story with the in­ter­act­ive can be read here.


Method In Madness

Trump’s very pres­ence is chaos, but a visu­al­iz­a­tion of un­struc­tured data such as the Presidential de­bates sure does help identi­fy the ‘Method in Madness’. An Ivy League pro­fess­or look­ing at Gramener’s visu­al­iz­a­tion of the 2nd Presidential de­bate said, ‘A re­mark­able way to break down and fol­low what of­ten seems chaot­ic and ran­dom.’


At the CNN de­bate, with every fin­ger poin­ted at him for the sex-tape con­tro­ver­sy, Trump tried his be­st to de­vi­ate at­ten­tion us­ing his fa­vor­ite fear mon­ger­ing top­ic – ‘ISIS’. There were at least 19 in­stances where Trump men­tioned ‘ISIS’ while Hillary had men­tioned the same only 5 times or so. For more in­sights do play around with our visu­al­iz­a­tion of the de­bate.

The Las Vegas de­bate on October 20th is do-or-die for Trump. Can Trump do any­thing at all to bring life to his dead cam­paign? Irrespective of the out­come, there’s go­ing to be chaos at the de­bate – lots of it.

“Though this be madness, yet there is method in’t.”

– William Shakespeare, Hamlet