This tool combines all votes given over the last n days by the account entered.
It plots the data as a pie-chart where the percentage (of all votes cast) going to each other account is shown.
It clearly shows the percentage of self votes, and highlights it in the graph if it is less than 15%.
Clicking an pie slice opens that Steemit account and clicking whilst holding down the Ctrl key loads the outgoing votes info for that account.
@steemreports does not have a strong position on the morally of self-voting, but seek to make the data held in the blockchain as easy to interpret as possible.
It could reasonably be argued that it would be more appropriate to show the self-voting percentage as a proportion of the maximum votes that an account could cast over the period. If for example an account only cast one vote for itself, and no other votes, can it fairly be described as a self voter?
Flag votes have been excluded from this data to simplify the analysis and presentation.
LIMITATIONS: Because the votes are currently calculated based on the current account SP, and not the SP at the time of each vote, there can be some inaccuracy in these percentages. Large changes in SP delegation for example could have a significant effect.
Please use this information responsibly.