## Recently Published

##### Simplified VSE graph

VSE for 5 key voting methods

##### VSE for Mark

Without running Schulze I can't do scenario breakdowns, but here's the aggregated numbers

##### VSE plot #6

"Smart one-sided" strategy is when the supporters of the runner-up use strategy if and only if it works. This is unrealistic, but it makes it possible to see how much of the VSE penalty for one-sided strategy is due to backfire.

##### Aggregated VSE, with "smart" strategy

"Smart one-sided" strategy is when the supporters of the runner-up use strategy if and only if it works. This is unrealistic, but it makes it possible to see how much of the VSE penalty for one-sided strategy is due to backfire.

##### Aggregated VSE

Aggregated VSE

##### VSE plot #5

With stronger Condorcet strategies.

##### vseOverall

VSE, not broken down by scenario

##### VSE plot #4

Including RP and Borda. Negative VSEs (for Borda) are divided by 10 to ensure they fit on the graph.

##### VSE plot #3

VSE plot, with sizes

##### VSE plot #2

VSE for hierarchical voter model and fuzzy media model (standard params).

##### VSE plot #1

This shows VSE, broken down by scenario, for several voting methods and 2 strategic models. It uses a hierarchical voter model with "standard" parameters, and a "fuzzy" media model at 1 standard deviation of fuzz.