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Preview of GSAC research on Big data of our elections

Preview of GSAC research on Big data of our elections

Yesterday I pumped out all the results from all sites. I am finishing my statistical analysis. The situation is ambiguous. I hope to write the results in the evening. They did not steal much, but there is no doubt about the theft. Moreover, it was the victory that was stolen, not the interest. In the end, they were unable to do even that normally. The political results are even more interesting.

Now is not the best time to criticize the opposition, especially after yesterday. Therefore, I will formulate criticism in the form of advice. Opposition, please create a single information resource so that everyone understands that stealing our votes is statistically significant. So far, I see protocols wandering around the FB, with different error scales. It is critical to document this in a consistent format. So that experts, diplomats and the public see the situation in general.

In the meantime, I will also attach another protocol to the post (it seems he has not met) It is beautiful. The total amount of votes is more than 3,000, while 1,450 votes were included in the total, and a total of 1,631 people were registered at the polling station.

All the same, I can’t resist. I hate “I told you so” retrospective references, but I’m sorry. Since last year, I’ve been running around with the idea of creating a single portal for assessing fraud. As a result, only from the inside can you get information about the work on the preparation of claims for recalculation of results in some areas. This is normal?

Тамаз Хунджуа, (Tamaz Khunjua) GSAC