Tag Archives: 2010 Elections

Probably the most important thing the Automated Election Has Done

The last Presidential Election before the 2010 Presidential Election was stressful. Not because it was between Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and Fernando Poe Jr and it was. Not because there were allegations of cheating and there was. Not because it was … Continue reading

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The Count that Counts and the Long Wait

An election is an interesting thing. It is probably one of those days that one gets to see your neighbor’s literally. And it is amazing. For a brief moment the whole diverse universe otherwise known as your neghborhood precinct. Everyone … Continue reading

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Elections, Damned Elections and statistics

One of the longest exams I ever took in college was the one in BioStat. It was an open book exam and almost no time limit – as I said most of us took hours to finish the exam: One … Continue reading

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