Welcome Andy Tow for this new Map of the Week. Andy is an adviser in the Argentinian Senate, and blogs relentlessly about elections and politics with a focus on quantitative information and analysis. In this map he shows extensive information about the private contributions in the 2013 primary legislative elections.
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This map depicts private contributions at the Argentine primary legislative elections of 2013. The original data was taken from the Cámara Nacional Electoral (national electoral court) http://www.electoral.gov.ar, which published in Excel Online.
As the original data came with a name and address for each private contribution, I geocoded it. Then I created a CartoDB table with fields from the original data merged with a national party aggregation, the geocoded lat/lon and formatted address.
I created a CartoDB visualization based in a custom basemap taken from a Mapbox customization by the Mozilla Foundation, with four layers from the above table, using a Custom SQL query SELECT * FROM” WHERE “ for each party aggregation.
In the CartoDB Wizard, I chose bubble using the amount of money for each contributor field, with Jenks quantification, a min-max radius of 5 to 30, a bubble fill from a color palette for party aggregations I used in my Electoral Hack 2013 http://elecciones.andytow.com, and a white stroke of 1.5.
In the CartoCSS editor, I copied the same series of marker widths for each layer, for scale normalization. I also gave all the layers the same bubble parameters, except for the color, used to identify party aggregation.
I cleared all legends except for one, which I entirely customized in HTML, using a .png with bubble size for all party aggregations, with a scale. In the infowindow I put the district party name, the district name, the name of the contributor and the amount given.
Finally I added a link for each contributor to an external site which returns tax registration from an official tax ID which was also in the original data.
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