## Data:

##### Proportional Gap (graph):

### Deviation: ?

## Chunk Size:

## Instructions:

- This page give a rough gauge of the randomimity of a set of data
- It does this by comparing the frequency of differenr number combinations
- A truely random string of 1s and 0s will have just as many occourances of 0110 as 1011
- However if you asked a human to give you
*n*many random numbers, while they might have the same number of 1s and 0s they probably wont have the same number of different combinations of 1s and 0s - The slider under
controls the length of the combinations that teh program compared the frequency of.**Chunk Size***i.e.*If it is set to 1 it jut counts the number of occourences of the numbers, giving a distribution graph. However if the data is a list of numbers from 1-5 and the*Chunk Size*is set to 3 it will compare the number of 000s to 001s to 002s ... to 573s ... to 999s - The larger the
*Chunk Size*the more accurate the gauging of randomness will be. - Enter data in one of two forms: for numbers less than 10 just enter the numbers - dont bother with spaces, commas or anything else. (e.g. 271963...) For numbers 10 or above seperate each number with a comma. (e.g. 44, 126, 77...)