Mapping (almost) every law, regulation and case in Australia

The first map of Australian law is a collection of laws, regulations, and cases in the Open Australian Legal Corpus. The map displays the similarity or dissimilarity between any two documents and is colour-coded based on their respective categories. The map was developed using semantic mapping, allowing a high-resolution internet map to be created. The author has plans for expanding the map’s usage and discovering new relationships.

Source: Umar Butler






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