Coin investigation

I am interested in human versus coin randomisation. 

You should first go to the 'human' page. There I want you to be a coin, choosing heads or tails randomly for 32 goes. Don't try to rationalise or count numbers of heads and tails, because a real coin doesn't! Just go with the flow.

Secondly, go to the coin page. You will need a reasonable sized coin such as a British 2p, €2 or US quarter. Simply flip the coin 32 times, recording the result as you go.

The forms will ask a few questions, partly to track participants but also to look for other trends in the data. Your results will be collected in a private Google Doc form, so no personal information will be released.