p Statistics: Single digit swing-in
by JVSchmidt


Evolution of the overall Z-value
We have calculated the Z-value for the standard distribution of single digits increasing the calculation area in steps of 1 million digits. The result is a plot of the statistic evolution when going to larger and larger data.
Light shades signalizes equalized distributions with Z being negative. We have a extremly balanced statistic in the beginning around the 12 millionth position. Darker shades of orange mark regions where the digits' distribution differs more from balanced situation.




Swinning of the local Z-value
This graphic shows an overlay of the accumulated Z-value (see above) with the local "1-million-Z-value". The darker a square's colour the more the local distribution is unbalanced.




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