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Additions to our Lab: Special tools!

Additions to our Lab: Special tools!
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Additions to our Lab: Special tools!

We're launching a new section in our Lab: Special tools

Each instrument in the lab may be made for an individual election or group of elections. The first such instrument we offer is . The integrated statistical data analyzer specifically made for the Unified Election Day 2023, held in the Russian Federation on 8-10 September 2023. 

Each tool includes a Keisling-Shpilkin chart (in 4 options), a Scatter-plot (in two classical versions), a geographic-administrative chart for the turnout and the leader, a High-Res histogram builder for turnout and leader, a verification table to test the consistency of the dataset, and a reference table with filters for any group of DEC(s) and PEC(s).

Integration - an important feature of the new tools. For example, you yourself can now conclude the old dispute over peaks at integer percentages: Geo-Admin chart will even show you the particular PECs that produce a given peak on a High-Res histogram.

Needless to mention, all graphs are interactive. They are actual research tools, which is the speciality and the main benefit of our project.

How to detect falsifications with the help of these tools is described in the following article. in the video on the falsifications detected in the Moscow region in September 2023.

The first group of elections was the election of 21 (twenty-one!) governors in UED-23. All these treasures for the researcher you can find via this link.

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Elections in the article

Russia, Moscow Region, Governor 2023

Official name:

Election of the Governor of Moscow Region (2023)

Andrey Vorobyov

Wikipedia entry:

2023 Moscow Oblast gubernatorial election

For you, researchers:

The data has been uploaded into the Lab .
You can see the elections with your own eyes™.
Electoral data is available for download and independent analysis.

Data report

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