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Benford, F (1938). The law of anomalous numbers. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 78, No. 4 (Mar. 31, 1938), pp. 551-572. View Complete Reference Online information No Bibliography works referenced by this work. Works that reference this work
Berger, A and Hill, TP (2011). Benford's Law Strikes Back: No Simple Explanation in Sight for Mathematical Gem. The Mathematical Intelligencer 33(1), pp. 85-91. DOI:10.1007/ s00283-010-9182-3. View Complete Reference Online information Works that this work references Works that reference this work
Deckert, J, Myagkov, M and Ordeshook, PC (2010). The Irrelevance of Benford's Law for Detecting Fraud in Elections. CALTECH working paper 9. View Complete Reference Online information Works that this work references Works that reference this work
Fox, RF and Hill, TP (2014). Hubbleís Law Implies Benfordís Law for Distances to Stars. Prerprint Physics arXiv; posted on December 4, 2014. View Complete Reference Online information Works that this work references Works that reference this work
Golbeck, J (2015). Benfordís Law Applies to Online Social Networks. PLoS ONE 10(8): e0135169. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0135169. View Complete Reference Online information Works that this work references Works that reference this work
Hill, TP (1995). Base-Invariance Implies Benford's Law. Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 123(3), pp. 887-895. ISSN/ISBN:0002-9939. DOI:10.2307/2160815. View Complete Reference Online information Works that this work references Works that reference this work
Hill, TP (1999). The difficulty of faking data. Chance 12(3), pp. 27-31. DOI:10.1080/09332480.1999.10542154. View Complete Reference Online information Works that this work references Works that reference this work
Mir, TA (2014). The Benford law behavior of the religious activity data. Physica A 408, pp. 1-9. DOI:10.1016/j.physa.2014.03.074. View Complete Reference Online information Works that this work references Works that reference this work
Mir, TA, Ausloos, M and Cerqueti, R (2014). Benfordís law predicted digit distribution of aggregated income taxes: the surprising conformity of Italian cities and regions. Eur. Phys. J. B (2014) 87: 261. ISSN/ISBN:1434-6028. DOI:10.1140/epjb/e2014-50525-2. View Complete Reference Online information Works that this work references Works that reference this work
Mlodinow, L (2008). The Duelling Laws of Large and Small Numbers. ch. 5, pp 83-84 in: The Drunkard's Walk - How Randomness Rules Our Lives, Vintage/Pantheon, New York. ISSN/ISBN:9780307377548. View Complete Reference Online information Works that this work references Works that reference this work
Roukema, BF (2009). Benford's Law Anomalies in the 2009 Iranian presidential election. preprint arXiv:0906.2789. View Complete Reference Online information Works that this work references Works that reference this work
Sambridge, M, Tkalčić, H and Jackson, A (2010). Benford's law in the Natural Sciences. Geophysical Research Letters 37: L22301. DOI:10.1029/2010GL044830. View Complete Reference Online information Works that this work references Works that reference this work
Sambridge, M, Tkalčić, H and Jackson, A (2010). Benford's law of first digits: a universal phenomenon. Australian National University, Research School of Earth Sciences, Research Highlights. View Complete Reference Online information No Bibliography works referenced by this work. Works that reference this work
Timarr (2011). Benfordís Law: Are Euro States and US Stocks Cooking The Books?. Blog posted on Stockopedia.com, October 20, 2011. View Complete Reference Online information Works that this work references Works that reference this work