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hpr1372 :: and federal election commission data processing

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Hosted by James Michael DuPont (h4ck3rm1k3) on 2013-11-05 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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In the show I introduce rootstrikers and describe my current project to process the FEC data.

Different Rootstriker Projects that I worked on :

The Anti Corruption Pledge :

Congress Legislators

Rootstrikers Wikipedia Interface

Federal Election Commission aggregation

Fech, the ruby interface :

The documentation of the fields, with a generated python class interface

Starting point of the data repository in yaml format (v1)

The years are split into git submodules

Experimental C++ Reader(not finished)

twitter :

G+ :


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