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Although there has recently been considerable effort to improve and standardise the reporting of medical research (e.g., the CONSORT statement for randomised controlled trials .
Beyond deficiencies of software, such numerical errors may later originate in the transcription of results from computer outputs to reports and manuscripts, wrong rounding of results, or uncorrected typesetting errors.
The frequencies of the last digit of statistics deviated from the uniform distribution and suggested digit preference in rounding and reporting. Errors include aspects of design, analysis, and reporting and interpretation.
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Benford's law states that for the first digit the probability of 1 is 30.1% while the probability for 9 is 4.6% .
However, the distribution flattens out progressively for subsequent digits and the difference is only 12.0% for 0 and 8.5% for 9 for the second digit (and 10.2% and 9.8% respectively for the third digit).