Open Source Voting Results Reporter (ORR)
Election results report generator (HTML/PDF/XLS)
doc/orr.md for a description of the orr application
and how it can be used to create collections of html/pdf/xml/xls
files from election data.
Following an election orr can be used to create results summary pages on election night, and detailed Statement of Vote reports with precinct detail on each contest.
This is an official project of San Francisco's Open Source Voting System Technical Advisory Committee (OSVTAC).
- Requires python version 3.6
$ pip install -e ./src
For command-line help:
$ orr -h
For a small HTML example demonstrating much of the functionality:
$ orr -v --input-dir sampledata/minimal-test \ --template-dir templates/demo-template \ --extra-template templates/demo-template/extra \ --output-subdir minimal-test
_build/minimal-test/index.html in a browser. The example above
- 3 contests
- 4 languages
- a details page for each contest
- a PDF "Statement of Vote"
This example can also be seen published on the web here: https://osvtac.github.io/osv-results-demo/
templates directory contains more sample Jinja2 templates.
doc directory for more info.
To run tests
The following runs the test suite, including an "end-to-end" test of a non-trivial template directory (the "demo-template" one):
$ python -m unittest discover orr
To run an individual test, e.g.:
$ python -m unittest orr orr.tests.test_utils.UtilsModuleTest.test_compute_percent
For available options for running tests:
$ python -m unittest -h
To update the end-to-end test
To regenerate the test expectation for the end-to-end test and see a diff with what is currently in source control:
$ orr-docker -h
To render a template directory to the build directory using Docker:
$ orr-docker --input-dir sampledata/minimal-test \ --template-dir templates/demo-template \ --extra-template templates/demo-template/extra \ --output-subdir minimal-test
To run tests:
$ docker build -t orr . \ && docker run --entrypoint python orr -m unittest discover orr
TODO: change the above to a bash script?
Work on this project started informally around the beginning of May 2018. The Open Source Voting System Technical Advisory Committee (OSVTAC) adopted it as an official project by unanimous vote at its June 14, 2018 meeting. The source code was first made public on June 18, 2018 under OSVTAC's GitHub account.
Note that because OSVTAC is an official meeting body of the City and County of San Francisco, members must follow San Francisco's Sunshine Ordinance and California's Brown Act. Thus, members are limited in the extent to which they can collaborate with one another outside of meetings.
Copyright (C) 2018 Carl Hage
Copyright (C) 2018, 2019 Chris Jerdonek
This file is part of Open Source Voting Results Reporter (ORR).
ORR is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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