I’m agree that look how everything is going on is probably much better.
If you look in say 10000 sequence spins and split them to smaller parts you will easy can see that in one parts dominate some nubers , in other parts - others, so you must find reason for that
For example, when i’ve recorded both direction on a wheel, i’ve noticed that anti clockwise had 16/24/5/10/23/8/30 with a standart deviation 3.60 for this sector and a chi square 63. Then, 1000 spin after, the standart deviation came to 2.60 for the same sector and the chi square went down to 45. I can’t explain why and i have seen most of the spins. I mean this could be just random effect too, without any explanation.
I didn’t record rotor speed or any scatter during this time, and even if i 've seen most of the spins i didn’t pay attention to most important things probably… not easy to start because there is so many parameters :o.