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Geyer, CL and Williamson, PP (2004). Detecting Fraud in Data Sets Using Benford's Law. Communications in Statistics: Simulation and Computation 33(1), 229-246. ISSN/ISBN:0361-0918. DOI:10.1081/SAC-120028442. View Complete Reference Online information Works that this work references Works that reference this work
Hill, TP (1995). The Significant-Digit Phenomenon. American Mathematical Monthly 102(4), pp. 322-327. DOI:10.2307/2974952. View Complete Reference Online information Works that this work references Works that reference this work
Judge, G and Schechter, L (2009). Detecting problems in survey data using Benford’s law. J. Human Resources 44, pp. 1-24. DOI:10.3368/jhr.44.1.1. View Complete Reference Online information Works that this work references Works that reference this work
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