The Digital Democracy Lab researches the implications of digital technology on democracy using computational social science methods and with a primary focus on Switzerland. The Digital Democracy Lab (DigDemLab) consists of an infrastructure to collect, store, process, and analyze text and social media data as well as survey response data via an online panel (DigDemHub), and of a platform tracking political debates and opinions online and offline and presenting the analyses in a format accessible to the general public (DigDemEye).

The Digital Democracy Lab was established in September 2018 at the University of Zurich with the generous support of the Swiss National Science Foundation.

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