The Resource Computer Use and Compactness in Congressional and Legislative Redistricting 1990-2000

Computer Use and Compactness in Congressional and Legislative Redistricting 1990-2000

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Computer Use and Compactness in Congressional and Legislative Redistricting 1990-2000
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Computer Use and Compactness in Congressional and Legislative Redistricting 1990-2000
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In order to study the use of computers in redistricting, in the fall of 2004 we surveyed redistricting authorities in all fifty states concerning their use of computers in the 1990 and 2000 rounds of redistricting. This dataset supplements our replication dataset for "Crayons to Computers," and adds the following variables: <list type="bulleted"> <itm> Four variables representing the capabilities of the computer system used: soft_geographic_reports, soft_tabulation, soft_automated_redistricting, and soft_thematic_mapping</itm> <itm>Two measures of plan compactness: compact_reock, compact_pa</itm> <itm>One measure of competitiveness: competitiveness</itm> <itm>Number of districts: number_districts</itm></list>
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  • Altman, Micah
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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  • MacDonald, Karin
  • McDonald, Michael
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Computer Use and Compactness in Congressional and Legislative Redistricting 1990-2000
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  • 1990--2000
  • 1317
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ICPSR01317.v1
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Computer Use and Compactness in Congressional and Legislative Redistricting 1990-2000
Publication
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  • 1990--2000
  • 1317
Control code
ICPSR01317.v1
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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