The unexpected results of the Brexit referendum are still very far from being metabolised, all the contrary in fact. An overwhelming wealth of analysis and commentary on the vote has been produced in the past few days and thrown at us from every direction. We took a good look at the best of it, and… decided to produce our own.
LADEST is the Laboratory of socio-geographical research of the University of Siena, based in the Department of Political and Cognitive Sciences. The laboratory specialises in data collection and spatial analysis, Geographical Information Science, and territorial data mapping. We employ mainstream GIS tools as well as applications developed in house (Flikrsearch, Kowalski, TEA). The current research focus is on citizen science and crowdsourcing, territorial marketing and environmental monitoring.