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+2012 metų seimo rinkimų duomenų surinkimo robotas
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+Saityno robotas, išmokytas nuskaityti VRK pateiktus rinkimų duomenis ir juos
+konvertuoti į kompiuteriams suprantamą format.
+
+Duomenys imami iš šių lentelių:
+
+- http://www.vrk.lt/2012_seimo_rinkimai/output_lt/rezultatai_daugiamand_apygardose/rezultatai_daugiamand_apygardose1turas.html
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+- http://www.vrk.lt/2012_seimo_rinkimai/output_lt/rezultatai_daugiamand_apygardose/apygardos_rezultatai7209.html
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+- http://www.vrk.lt/2012_seimo_rinkimai/output_lt/rezultatai_daugiamand_apygardose/apylinkes219869_rezultatai.html
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+- http://www.vrk.lt/2012_seimo_rinkimai/output_lt/rezultatai_daugiamand_apygardose/apylinkes219869_partijos4132_pirmumo_balsai.html
+
+Roboto išeities tekstus rasite šiuo adresu:
+
+- https://bitbucket.org/sirex/scrapy-vrk
+
+Išeities tekstai pateikiami pagal GPL_ licenciją.
+
+Nuskaitytus ir išsaugotus duomenų failus, galite rasti šiuo adresu:
+
+- https://bitbucket.org/sirex/scrapy-vrk/downloads
+
+Duomenys pateikimi pagal ODbL_ licenciją.
+
+
+.. _GPL: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/quick-guide-gplv3.html
+.. _ODbL: http://opendatacommons.org/licenses/odbl/summary/

File licences/gpl-3.0.txt

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+You communicate the Database, the whole or Substantial part of the
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+Re-utilisation of insubstantial parts of the Contents may however amount
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