rIP: Detects Fraud in Online Surveys by Tracing and Scoring IP Addresses

Takes as its input an array of IP addresses and the user's X-Key, passes these to <>, and returns a dataframe with the ip (used for merging), country code, country name, asn, isp, block, and hostname. Especially important in this is the variable "block", which gives a score indicating whether the IP address is likely from a server farm and should be excluded from the data. It is codes 0 if the IP is residential/unclassified (i.e. safe IP), 1 if the IP is non-residential IP (hostping provider, proxy, etc. -- should likely be excluded), and 2 for non-residential and residential IPs (more stringent, may flag innocent respondents). The recommendation from <> is to block or exclude those who score block = 1.

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AuthorRyan Kennedy [aut, cre], Philip Waggoner [aut], Scott Clifford [ctb]
MaintainerRyan Kennedy <[email protected]>
LicenseMIT + file LICENSE
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rIP documentation built on Oct. 16, 2018, 5:04 p.m.