#Brexitdeal text visualization

OK, not that I am bored, I have probably better things to do. However, given the Brexit agreement between the UK and the EU of today (dd.10/17/2019), I decided to visualize N-grams (word pairs) from the agreement.
Below is the network of these word pairs in the agreement as published here. It represents word pairs that occur more than six times in the agreement. Some obvious word pairs are of course “United Kingdom” and “European Union”, as well as Directives with a particular year mentioned.

More interesting word pairs are “competent authorities”, “animal health”, “motor vehicles”, “national reference laboratories”, “north south cooperation”, and “marketing standards”.

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Maurice Vergeer

I am Maurice Vergeer, working at Communication Science department of the Radboud University Nijmegen, in the Netherlands.