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Interactive 3D Visualizations of 111th Congress Voting Records

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Interactive 3D Visualization of US Senators' Voting Records

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The representatives' locations in 3D space are determined by their votes in the 111th Congress as reported by http://www.govtrack.us/. A total of 1655 votes were cast, though not every representative cast every vote. The points were generated from the raw data by a technique called multi-dimensional scaling via relaxation.

 

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