Data Science

Mar
22
Evaluating Legislation for Readability, Exploring PLUS

Evaluating Legislation for Readability, Exploring PLUS

Using Python, Streamlit and data science, I evaluate the changes in the 2020 Revised Edition of Laws in Singapore for readability.
13 min read
Feb
21
So what difference does it make? Drawing red lines with Python

So what difference does it make? Drawing red lines with Python

A little tweak to a standard python library transforms it into a tool used to show changes in text for lawyers.
6 min read
Feb
08
Statistics take on the death penalty... and tumble

Statistics take on the death penalty... and tumble

A case last year shows the challenges faced in using statistics to prove a case in court.
5 min read
Jan
11
Let’s Play With SQLModel

Let’s Play With SQLModel

Procrastinating learning SQL prevented me from using one of the world's best databases. With SQLModel, I learnt to stop worrying about SQL and enjoy programming with it.
6 min read
Nov
08
The curious incident of playing 5 million Monopoly JR games with Python

The curious incident of playing 5 million Monopoly JR games with Python

My lockdown project goes on its own sojourn through Python multiprocessing programming with interesting, unexpected results.
9 min read
Oct
27

It's Open. It's Free — Public Legal Information in Singapore

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7 min read
Oct
20

Ready to mine free online legal materials in Singapore? Not so fast!

Amendments to Copyright Act might support better access to free online legal materials in Singapore by robots. I survey government websites to find out how friendly they are to this.
8 min read
Oct
15
Love.Law.Robots — 15 October 2021

Love.Law.Robots — 15 October 2021

3 min read
Sep
10
Love.Law.Robots — 10 September 2021 (What if this was a video?)

Love.Law.Robots — 10 September 2021 (What if this was a video?)

5 min read