Tufte Working Papers

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Tufte Working Papers (ISSN 2735-6043) is a continuous publication based at Training Data Lab with logistical support from the Universidad de Santiago de Chile. This series of papers promotes debate in the social sciences, especially on issues related to political science and public policies. The series includes unpublished papers and revised versions of previous publications that propose innovative research techniques or offer novel empirical information. The papers are published in Spanish and English, although preference is given to publications in Spanish in order to support the divulgation of open access knowledge in Ibero-America.

This series is produced entirely in Tufte-LaTeX, inspired by Edward R. Tufte. In addition, it is licensed under Creative Commons and LPPL v1.3c, therefore, its content is open access and uses the CRediT taxonomy to identify co-authored contributions along with an open review process. For further information, see the guidelines for this series.


  • González-Bustamante, B. (2021). Sofisticación, participación y compromiso político en América Latina. Tufte Working Papers, 2, 1-21. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.6739833. SocArXiv: 10.31235/osf.io/r4pj8.

  • González-Bustamante, B., & Cisternas, C. (2020). Aplicación de ForceAtlas2, un algoritmo de diseño gráfico continuo, para el estudio de las élites. Tufte Working Papers, 1, 1-15. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.6739266. SocArXiv: 10.31235/osf.io/gxrkc.

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