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Forecast Data Explorer
is a community for crowdsourced predictions built around current events. Forecast community members can pose questions about the future, make predictions and discuss.
On Nov 3, 2020 Forecast
released a data stream
of all its questions, forecasts and discussion to let people analyze how the community is working. This document is a simple analysis of the Reason and Answer datasets made public by Forecast. Check them out in the
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