Note: These data files are stored in text format. However, due to their fairly large size (a million characters each), it is unadvised to open them with a basic text editor such as Notepad, or with the internet browser. Such an editor might try to load the entire file into memory at once and become unresponsive for a long time. We suggest using the “Save as...” option and then opening the files with WordPad, or other more advanced text or data processing software.
Irrational number expansions (the first million digits) at differnt bases generated with Mathematica. | |
PiB2.txt (1 000 000 bytes) | The pi number at base 2 |
PiB10.txt (1 000 000 bytes) | The pi number at base 10 |
PiB36.txt (1 000 000 bytes) | The pi number at base 36 |
EB2.txt (1 000 000 bytes) | The number e at base 2 |
EB10.txt (1 000 000 bytes) | The number e at base 10 |
Sqrt2B2.txt (1 000 000 bytes) | The square root of 2 at base 2 |
Sqrt2B10.txt (1 000 000 bytes) | The square root of 2 at base 10 |
“Perfectly” random sequences of digits at base 36. The random information comes from Numerical Recipes Code CD-ROM, by Press et. al. and was generated using a sophisticated shuffling procedure applied to hardware-generated random bits. The base has been adjusted with Mathematica. | |
TrueRnd1B36.txt (1 000 000 bytes) | First random sequence |
TrueRnd2B36.txt (1 000 000 bytes) | Second random sequence |
TrueRnd3B36.txt (1 000 000 bytes) | Third random sequence |
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