My book is cheap at Waterstones and signed at Maths Gear: Watch Steve Mold’s Numberphile video on Benford’s Law. Purchase a signed copy of “How Many Socks Make a Pair?” by Rob Eastaway. There is more on Mark Nigrini’s work here: “Benford’s Law and the Detection of Election Fraud” 2011. And for balance, here is a review article from this other paper (but only in the use of a “second digit” check and they do not dispute the main claims of Benford’s Law.). And here’s an article by the same author specifically on the results of the 2020 US election: Get your data from the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners here! Yes, 2,069 constituencies. Some would say it is too much. If you have to, here are links to people using Benford’s Law to suggest Biden votes were fraudulent. Please do not harass or run for anyone. CORRECTIONS – Hello, faithful viewer. If you are reading this you probably watch my videos regularly and know that I have put some fixes here. But the comments section on that video was, to put it mildly, “wild.” I don’t think anyone is checking the fixes here! So I’m going to break with tradition and put the corrections in a pinned comment. But in short: – I should have said I used Chicago data (instead of a swing state, let’s say) because that’s what the people who claim to defraud the elections were using. I did not choose it myself to make a point. – Stupidly, I cut a bit of the video where I’m talking about how Trump’s data is also a bad fit from Benford, but that huge spike of 1 makes it a good match. Check how low 3, 4 and 5 are. – There have been specific criticisms of certain aspects of this document that I have read, but only the usual back and forth from academics. Everyone agrees that Benford is not a magic tool for detecting voter fraud (and no statistical tool really is; they all require careful interpretation). – As always, let me know if you notice any other errors. Thanks to my Patreon supporters who mean I can spend TWO DAYS going through election stats and plotting. I’m supposed to write a new book, you know. So thank you very much. As always: thanks to Jane Street for supporting my channel. They are amazing. Shooting and Editing by Matt Parker Music by Howard Carter Design by Simon Wright and Adam Robinson MATT PARKER: Stand-up Mathematician Website: American Book: British Book :.