Analyzing the meta data of Hillary Clinton’s emails

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Throughout the 2016 US presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton’s private email server was a hot topic. A University of Waterloo professor and senior undergraduate student have now built a tool to analyze the contents of the server.

Initially as part of a fourth-year reading course at the University of Waterloo, statistics major Christopher Salahub and his professor of statistics Wayne Oldford developed an interactive data visualization tool to be used by anyone interested in exploring the timeline and contents of Clinton's publicly available emails accessible online at rshiny.math.uwaterloo.ca/clinton/. Read the full story.

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