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Data Analysis – Tynwald – Isle of Man Parliament

We have undertaken a detailed Data Analysis exercise on the entire Hansard of Tynwald, House of Keys and Legislative Council for the period 1988 – 2019.

62,049,213 words.

The exercise has generated some fantastic insights, interesting trends and some hidden gems. It also made us laugh a few times too.

Our team has loaded the data into our analysis platform and through a combination of queries, scripting, text analysis, topic extraction, information extraction, cloud platforms, data visualisation and AI – we can look at the Island’s parliamentary records in a whole different light!

  • Trends.
  • Themes.
  • Sentiment analysis.
  • Tonal analysis.
  • Mood.

This data can be correlated against other data sources such as economic indicators, external factors, world events, unemployment, population, tenures, etc.

We are looking forward to sharing our findings on our blog, Facebook and TwitterMake sure you follow us on Twitter or Facebook. Charts, visualisations and data tables will be shared over the coming days/weeks.


To showcase the technology and to demonstrate how it can be used (to great effect) in business and government.


If you have any suggestions for the data or trends that we should analyse, feel free to tweet or comment on Facebook.

Data Analysis in Business

If your business or organisation could benefit from analysis, text mining, integration, trend analysis or data visualisation – get in touch.

The same technologies that we have used here, can help you understand your customers better, improve service, forecast demand, uncover insights or visualise business operations.  Data is the lifeblood of any modern organisation, use it.

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Joe Hughes is the CEO of Manx Technology Group. Joe has a background in software development, information security, networks, datacentres and enterprise IT.
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