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Inspired by Dean Radin's work.
What's being measured is the number of 1 bits per 'tick', or rather a moving average of that. This gives a rough measure of the unusualness of the preceding second or two. The numbers below show the improbability of a given window of samples. 100 means only 1 in 100 windows would have this many or this few 1s.