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Andrei Buzin "The Evolution of Moscow's Electoral Anomalies"

Andrei Buzin "The Evolution of Moscow's Electoral Anomalies"

Andrei Buzin "The Evolution of Moscow's Electoral Anomalies"

Presentation at the II Round Table of Mathematicians

Andrey Buzin "Evolution of Moscow's electoral anomalies"

Presentation at the II Round Table of Mathematicians.

 
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Russia, President 2018

Official name:

Election of the President of the Russian Federation

Winner/Leader:

Putin Vladimir Vladimirovich

Wikipedia entry:

Presidential elections in Russia (2018)

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Russia, President 2012

Official title:

Election of the President of the Russian Federation

Winner/leader:

Putin Vladimir Vladimirovich

Wikipedia article:

Presidential elections in Russia (2012)

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On the same topic

Mateusz Bajek "The era of new opportunities: video observation and statistics combined (Russian Presidential elections 2018)"

Mateusz Bajek "The Age of New Opportunities: Video Surveillance and Statistics Together" (Russian Presidential Elections 2018)

Mateusz Bajek "The Age of New Opportunities: Video Surveillance and Statistics Together" (Russian Presidential Elections 2018)

Azat Gabdulvaleev "Analysis of election results in the city of Grozny using graphical visualization and turnout counting based on video recordings from polling stations"

Azat Gabdulvaleev "Analysis of election results in the city of Grozny using graphic visualization and turnout counting based on video recordings from polling stations

The subject of the study is the capital of the Chechen Republic - the city of Grozny. It should be said that Chechnya consistently shows superloyal results in elections at any level.

Azat Gabdulvaleev "Graphical visualization of open data as a simple way to detect anomalies in voting results"

One such method is graphical visualization of open data. There is little or no math involved, but the charts can immediately identify some anomalies and indicate areas that need more detailed investigation.

So you can visualize open data in a graphical way.

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