RandomSources is a Python module, providing multiple implementations of Python's random-number generator interface backed by remote random-number sources. It provides simple, drop-in style replacements for Random with data provided by the ANU Quantum Random Numbers server (generated by measuring quantum fluctuations of the vacuum) and by random.org (generated by measuring atmospheric noise). Typical usage looks like this:
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