Democratic Candidate Consultant Network
2002 Democratic Consultant Network

Network depiction of Democratic candidates and consultants from 2002 based on work in Druckman, Kifer, and Parkin (2009). Consultant nodes are solid circles and candidate nodes, unfilled circles. Work appears in Brendan Nyhan's article here.

National Constitutions 1787-2008
National Constitutions 1787-2008

This figure was created by Daniel Rockmore and colleagues, who studied diffusion in national constitutions from 1787-2008. In the figure each point represents a constitution, and Rockmore and colleagues conclude that constitutions cluster in three epochs.

Miami-Dade County voter check-in
Miami-Dade County Voter Check-Ins

This figure depicts smoothed voter check-in times across ten Election Day precincts in Miami-Dade County during the 2014 General Election. It was made by Michael Herron and Daniel Smith. The figure illustrates how many precincts service large groups of voters around 7:00 am and then later around 7:00 pm.

Tokushima, Japan voter turnout
Tokushima Prefecture Voter Turnout

This figure depicts various municipalities in the Tokushima Prefecture on Shikoku Island in Japan. The figure was made by Yusaku Horiuchi and Kentaro Fukumoto, who were studying whether the presence of a municipal election scheduled two weeks before a prefectural election affects voter turnout in the latter.

Classical French playwright similarities
Classical French Playwrights

This plot describes similarities among plays by Racine, Voltaire, and other writers of French classical theater. It was developed by Allen Riddell, a post-doctoral fellow at the Neukom Institute.

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Assistant Professor & Adjunct Assistant Professor
Jonathan Chipman
Director, Citrin Family GIS/Applied Spatial Analysis Laboratory
Andrew A. Samwick
Sandra L. and Arthur L. Irving '72a P'10 Professor of Economics
Kimberly B. Rogers
Assistant Professor of Sociology
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Professor of Government

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