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Hunting for fraud with Benford's law in R

In this lightning talk I'll demonstrate how to apply the R implementation of Benford's law (which actually is not about crime and fraud) to identify possibly fraudulent invoice or other data.

Feedback link: https://sqlb.it/?6951

Starts: 12:50 12th Mar 2022
Ends: 13:10 12th Mar 2022

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Short Description
- In this lightning talk I'll demonstrate how to apply the R implementation of Benford's law (which actually is not about crime or fraud) to identify possibly fraudulent invoice or other data.

Slidedeck Link

Benfords law.pdf

Speakers

Thomas Hütter

Tags

On PremisesIntelligence and AnalyticsVisualising and Actioning DataDevelopingMonitoringAI and Data ScienceRBeginnerHow

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