This page contains a statistical interface for House of Representative elections since 1901. Various graphic options are available; the first icon in the set below is for tables, which list the results in each electorate in a chosen year and state. (Tables may take 20 seconds or so (?!) to load in some browsers.)
Sources (and much more) are detailed on the data page; the online sources I relied on most heavily are Adam Carr's Psephos, the AEC, Ben Raue's Tally Room, and the Wikipedia candidate pages for names and party affiliations, from 1901 onwards. I thank The Guardian's Nick Evershed and Gabriel Dance for the "circle" map idea.
Two-party-preferred (TPP) results and preference flows are always reported as the Labor share. Swings do not take into account redistributions. South Australia and Tasmania were multi-member electorates for 1901 and are excluded from the statistics. Preference flows and TPP figures prior to 1983 are often estimates. Various other notes and bugs are listed below. .
The graphs and map overlays were written with d3.js.
Send corrections to firstname.lastname@example.org or @pappubahry.
updated data 2015-11-27,