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Research Randomizer

Research Randomizer

Created by authors Mike Lestik, Scott Plous and Geoffrey Urbaniak of the Social Psychology Network, this "Research Randomizer" is a free service offered to "assist researchers and students who want an easy way to perform random sampling or assign participants to experimental conditions." Since its creation in 1997, this resource has been used 7.5 million times for a various amount of different tests. The authors offer a simple survey to fill in to begin the exam. This is a great resource for those interested in statistical testing or simply need assistant performing a specific test.


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Julie Evey
Julie Evey (Faculty)
6 years ago

I have used this in courses for years - it is a bit fancier now.  I have used it in statistics courses when we needed a random number set and it is my go to when I need to select students in a random order for presentations. 

Used in course? Yes