pymanifesto connects you to the Manifesto Project's database using Python.
pymanifesto connects you to the Manifesto Project’s database using Python.
- Free software: GNU General Public License v3
- Documentation: https://pymanifesto.readthedocs.io.
About the Manifesto Project
Quoting from the project website:
The Manifesto Project provides the scientific community with parties’ policy positions derived from a content analysis of parties’ electoral manifestos. It covers over 1000 parties from 1945 until today in over 50 countries on five continents. The DFG-funded MARPOR project continues the work of the Manifesto Research Group (MRG) and the Comparative Manifestos Project (CMP). On this website you find the Manifesto Project Dataset containing the parties’ policy preferences generated by the project. You also find coded and uncoded election manifestos of the parties in the dataset as well as information and links to many applications for the dataset, related projects and publications etc.
pymanifesto is a Python interface to the Manifesto Project API.
The following API endpoints are implemented:
The following API endpoints will be implemented:
- Fix issues with version numbering in setup.py
- Implement basic API client.
- Implement API route api_list_core_versions as method on API client.
- Update documentation.
- Deprecate Python 3.5 and 3.6 (because f-strings and data classes!)
- First release on PyPI.
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