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From an offset zener diode breakdown circuit, I have collected a set of bytes from an ADC. The values distribute normally as integers between 0 and 1024 with a mean of 512. I would like to use the data to create a set of random integers that distribute uniformly.

So far, I have tried taking the subset of the values that lie between 100 and 999, then:

val= val/100

val= val- floor(val)

val= val* 100

This gives me a uniform distribution of values between 0 and 99 (provided I collect enough data).

Is there a better way? Perhaps one that provides more than 100 possible values.

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# Gaussian signal, extract uniform distribution of values

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