In response to the document: Significant Evidence of Algorithmic Vote Flipping in the 2012 GOP PrimarySubmitted by program4liberty on Tue, 03/20/2012 - 04:33
I've specifically registered here and on SourceForge for this one purpose - I discovered this document and have been reading it. It occurred to me that what we need is a lot of organized data, with the generated graphs and numbers needed to do proper statistics on the data and mathematically conclude that there is a low probability of Romney gettings the results that he's getting.
So I wrote a small program in Java, it's only about 700 lines and it's open source. I included data from most of the states counted so far in 2012 (up until a couple weeks ago) and the same states' data from 2008. I also include the generated output data for those who don't want to try using the non-user friendly program interface. This is for states:
Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Florida, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Arizona, Georgia, Nevada(2012 only), Colorado(2012 only)
In addition to the raw data, I provide in the output folders:
% of total vote count vs total votes counted, correlation coefficient of this, and the standard deviation for each candidate of the % of total vote count samples. In accordance with the original document (http://www.bluestatepress.com/politics7/news_025.htm) the precincts are sorted in order from smallest total votes to largest, and for each one that is counted in this order the current candidates' % of total votes counted is output.
Download the package here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/voteanalyze/
Note: In case it isn't clear, you do NOT have to run the program. The program is just used to generate the output files, and I have already provided those for you. I am providing the program as well so that you can see everything is on the level, and programmers can modify it to their desires.