For the Bavaria 2013 elections I had created an interactive political landscape visualizing the party stances according to the Wahl-O-Mat with d3.js.

I have tons of ideas to improve this:

  • I want to make it more self-explanatory.
  • You should be able to add and remove parties from the spaghetti bowl
  • You should be able to express your own stance on theses.
  • It should pull in the relevance of the parties, according to surveys and then results.
  • The mouse-overs for parties and stances should be improved visually.

I'd love to hear some ideas and I'd appreciate input and guidance from people who have been there (d3js, javascript, css)

FWIW, I'm using this as a test bed to learn and practice interactive visualization using d3js and html5 (css, svg, javascript).

Looking for hackers with the skills:

d3js html5 javascript css design

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