Elections in the Lens of Statistics

The mission of this site is to give everyone an opportunity to see the elections through the magic lens of statisticians. Of course, you have heard that mathematicians have found the way to discover fraud in elections as they have previously discovered distant planets: making calculations without leaving their desk. But it is better to see how they do it firsthand than to hear a hundred times. This is the site for this purpose. Not all of us have the time, technical capabilities and theoretical knowledge to independently explore the election results. But, unlike the distant planets, the elections and their fairness concern each of us.

DIY Kiesling-Shpilkin diagram

The presentation of a new interactive tool

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Good news for electoral observers, journalists and election investigators. You have a new and long-awaited tool - the interactive Kiesling-Shpilkin diagram. This detailed video lesson will help you understand how to work with this kit, what the advantages of an integrated approach are, how the tools help each other to detect an anomaly, or how the findings of one tool confirm the findings of another. In the lecture, we detected falsifications in the Moscow region.