Is there any way for me to see who is upvoting or downvoting me? Apart from looking at the data dump, of course.
No, I will not go after those who downvoted me, but it's interesting to know, anyway.
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Voting is anonymous and not even the moderators have access to this information. The only people I suspect that can see is the Stack Exchange development team.
From the comments: Voting data is made anonymous before the data dump is done so this information is not available in the data dump.
There are scripts that run that check for voting anomalies that will indicate when a user has a high rate of up-votes or down-votes from a particular user, however these instances are rare and handled by the team.
Confirmed that the Upvoter / Downvoter
UserId's are zapped from the
Votes table, e.g. by running this data.stackexchange query. Note however that 'favourited' and bounty Userid's seem to be retained :) (Thanks, mom!)
SELECT v.UserId, vt.Name, COUNT(*) FROM Posts p INNER JOIN Votes v ON v.PostId = p.Id INNER JOIN VoteTypes vt ON v.VoteTypeId = vt.Id WHERE p.OwnerUserId = ##UserId## GROUP BY vt.Name, v.UserId ORDER BY 1,3