Feel free to contact me using the form just below this section if you cannot find an answer to your question.
For spreadsheets, it's most likely available under “spreadsheets” or “2021 GA elections” in the navigation bar. My writing appears under “Analysis”, and you can find my maps on the “My Work” page.
It's always possible I missed a spreadsheet or two when building the site – I have quite a few – so feel free to reach out if you notice that something's missing or that a link is incorrect.
I also still need to update my links to add my 2022 spreadsheets.
If you're not profiting off it, it's available to the public, and you give me credit, generally the answer is yes. I would appreciate if you let me know before reusing my work, but you aren't legally required to. See below regarding giving me credit.
To be more specific, for those maps I have made publicly available, I grant (when specified) a Creative Commons “BY-NC-ND 4.0” license, which allows reuse, but not derivative works, as long as you attribute the work to me and are not using it commercially, or (for all other maps) a “BY-NC-SA 4.0” license, which is similar but allows derivative works, as long as you apply the same license to your derivative work. More details about the BY-NC-SA license can be found here. While I do still hold a copyright on the maps, this license, which I cannot revoke, allows them to be used by others in many contexts.
If you're not sure whether I've made a map publicly available, check my Google Drive map folder. This also allows you to find the latest versions of my maps, for maps that have received updates.
If you want to use my work commercially, contact me below or on Twitter or Mastodon to discuss it.
In general, you can use my name (“Eli H. Spencer Heyman” or “Eli Spencer Heyman”) and a link to this website's homepage or to my Twitter. For my maps, images already provide my name and Twitter handle, but it doesn't hurt to provide a link that people can actually click on. You are welcome to link to the tweet where I originally posted the map and/or to its location on my Google Drive, but this is not required.
For data, I am usually not the original source – I recommend saying that the data is “from [the original source] via Eli H. Spencer Heyman”. Feel free to ask if you're not sure where I got the data. Certain resources, such as my candidate and election lists for Georgia, are compiled from so many distinct sources that this is impractical, in which case I recommend just citing to me – for example, you could say “based on information compiled by Eli Spencer Heyman”.
Yes, it's “Spencer Heyman”, with a space, not a hyphen, in the middle. Please do not remove either word in my last name when citing me.
For certain resources, I have chosen to disable copying and downloading for viewers. If you would like to use the information in such a resource, contact me and I can either export the information in question or discuss alternatives or exceptions.
Yes! For now, you can reach out with a request using the form below or on Twitter. I hope to have a dedicated form for work requests eventually. I do reserve the right to decline any request for whatever reason I may, in my sole discretion, deem appropriate.
I have a Google Form coming eventually, but for now you can submit it through the form above.