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Monday, July 22, 2024

Methods

Methods of visualisation and analysis of electoral data

Geographical Anomalies

The study of geographic anomalies in the results is a separate and comprehensive topic. Anomalies can be either sharp differences in the results across administrative boundaries or sharp differences in results within administrative units and/or constituencies. Partially the method intersects with the method related to the unimodality of random variables.

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.

A bell, a saw, an axe

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Journalists "Важных историй" Alesya Marokhovskaya and Alexei Smagin made a curious "explainer" in their article. Recommended.

"Analysts believe that the last vote on amendments to the Constitution was a record-breaking vote on the scale of falsifications. They cite many complex graphs to prove it. «Important Stories» made a simple visual «explanation» which should help to understand them".

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