Randomness Test

*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg57977] Randomness Test*From*: Dave miller <rks74us at yahoo.com>*Date*: Wed, 15 Jun 2005 05:58:10 -0400 (EDT)*Sender*: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Okay, I have a sequence of numbers as below. When i do a scatter plot, there seems to be a bias toward positive numbers. Although when I run some tests like "runs test", it shows me that the numbers are random. If that is the case, then when i plot the numbers on a scatter plot, should'nt they be equally divided up and below the x axis? My goal is to prove that that there is a significant bias towards positive numbers. -0.164971751 1.137014315 0.622389791 0.048958333 1.232944503 0.3241877 0.1015 0.075538717 0.265537849 -0.175252257 0.279807692 -0.409979424 0.628232355 -0.137667494 0.210711568 -0.984059857 -0.016778523 0.384063745 0.079707844 -0.183936235 -0.567394095 0 0.277777778 0.785185185 0.267555556 0.078717201 0.344352617 0 0.442245021 0.310665658 0.788764045 0.015850552 -0.054098361 0 0 0.929482371 0.278787879 0.123773346 0.125175809 0 0

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