Secret Hitler is a social deduction game in which two parties—the liberals and the fascists—are set to competitively enact liberal and fascist policies, respectively, or complete a secondary objective directly involving Hitler. The calculations included in this resource pertain to the probability of being assigned a particular role (i.e., Liberal, Fascist, or Hitler) and the probability of a particular policy card draw set occurring.
Secret Hitler rests on a hypergeometric distribution of probability for its policy card draw probabilities. This describes the probability of successes (random draws for which the object drawn has a specified feature) in draws, without replacement, from a finite population of size that contains exactly objects with that feature, wherein each draw is either a success or a failure.
An application programming interface (API) is a computing interface which defines interactions between multiple software intermediaries. Basically, it is the part of a server that receives requests and sends responses.
I recovered these mobile API endpoints by capturing the traffic from the Warframe mobile application while it was running on my mobile device.
Sometime in 2019, Digital Extremes decided to switch to a newer API for the purposes of hosting the data contained within the original mobile API. You can retrieve these files (with the appropriate resource id appended) by visiting this link. The base path to access these files is http://content.warframe.com/PublicExport/Manifest/. This attachment contains cached versions of the files retrieved from the newer API as of this update.