This website generates ambiguous random values in a CSV format. Don't know what ambiguous random values are? You can read about them in the paper here, which we encourage you to cite!

Here's some other links which you might find useful:

  1. Paper
  2. Source Code
  3. Auto-Generated API Docs
  • codeAPI examples
    • Curl
    • curl -H "Content-Type: application/json" -X POST -d '{"samples":1000, "lower":0, "upper":10}' ambiguity.typesofnote.com/finite
    • Python
    • import requests; r=requests.post('http://ambiguity.typesofnote.com/finite', data={"samples":1000, "lower":0, "upper":10})
    • Mathematica
    • ToExpression[StringJoin["{", URLExecute["http://ambiguity.typesofnote.com/finite", {"format" -> "json", "samples" -> 1000, "lower" -> 0, "upper" -> 10, "shuffled" -> "false"}, "Method" -> "POST"], "}"]]

Download CSV files of ambiguous values. Either with finite support, or the raw real number realizations from the generator.

Finite Support
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Raw Realizations
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    Shuffling:
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