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Methods

Methods of visualisation and analysis of electoral data

Methods of analysis

In December 2017, at the First Mathematicians' Roundtable dedicated to analysing electoral data, the following classification of methods was developed.

Unimodality Unimodality
Unimodality
Dependence of results on the turnout Dependence of results on the turnout
Dependence of results on the turnout
Kiesling-Shpilkin method Kiesling-Shpilkin method
Kiesling-Shpilkin method
Integer percentages Integer percentages
Integer percentages
The Last Digit The Last Digit
The Last Digit
Strings of Gabdulvaleev Strings of Gabdulvaleev
Strings of Gabdulvaleev
Reverse Engineering Reverse Engineering
Reverse Engineering
Impossible Arithmetic Impossible Arithmetic
Impossible Arithmetic
Parallel Elections Parallel Elections
Parallel Elections
Retrospective Analysis Retrospective Analysis
Retrospective Analysis
Regression Coefficient Dependency Regression Coefficient Dependency
Regression Coefficient Dependency
Invalid Ballots Test Invalid Ballots Test
Invalid Ballots Test
Dynamics of official turnout Dynamics of official turnout
Dynamics of official turnout
Impact of Observers Impact of Observers
Impact of Observers
Impact of Electronic Voting Machines Impact of Electronic Voting Machines
Impact of Electronic Voting Machines
Change of Correlation Trend Change of Correlation Trend
Change of Correlation Trend
Geographical Anomalies Geographical Anomalies
Geographical Anomalies
Impact of Video Observation Impact of Video Observation
Impact of Video Observation
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