[kictanet] Invitation to Participate in ' Talk to IEBC'

muthiru wangechi wangechi652371 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 19 19:40:35 EAT 2022

Thank you Benson!

You really took time to deliver a perfect explanation!


> On 19 Jul 2022, at 11:55 AM, Benson Muite via KICTANet <kictanet at lists.kictanet.or.ke> wrote:
> Wangechi,
>> I find downloading a document with the full list of political candidates tedious.
> Yes, pdf format is not so great for this. CSV is much friendlier for data mining and building applications, but also not as easy to digest directly when there are a lot of entries.
>> Open cities lab in collaboration with African Uncensored recently launched a website that enables you to identify the candidates in their respective area of contest/polling station starting from the president to the MCA position 👇🏾👇🏾https://mycandidate-kenya.opencitieslab.org 
> This is nice.  Data in an accessible format that can be imported into a database allows developers to create user friendly applications. Websites typically log ip address data, and if you are logged in to Google, and do a Google search based on the links available in the website above, this may also be logged in your search history. Choice in applications is also good.
>> Regards,
>> Tabitha.
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