qRandomSeq

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Demo data of true random numbers

qRandomSeq is a sample of 1,000 true random numbers, which are generated by measuring the quantum fluctuations of the vacuum. The sequence of numbers is provided by the ANU Quantum Random Number Generator of the Australian National University.

Usage
data(qRandomSeq)
Details

qRandomSeq is a list containing 1,000 observations of true random numbers for each of the data-types provided by the official QRNG@ANU JSON API. The data type

  • uint8 returns uniformly distributed integers from the interval \([0; 255]\).

  • uint16 returns uniformly distributed integers from the interval \([0; 65,535]\).

  • hex16 returns uniformly distributed hexadecimal characters from the interval \([00; ff]\).

Aliases
  • qRandomSeq
Examples
# NOT RUN {
## load qRandomSeq
data(qRandomSeq)

## calculate the mean of the 1,000 random numbers
## with data-type uint8
mean(qRandomSeq$uint8)
# }
Documentation reproduced from package qrandom, version 1.0, License: GPL-2 | file LICENSE

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