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you have $n=64\times 32$ random variables so your degrees of freedom should be $n-1=2047.$


I've seen this before in the true random number generators I've been working on. Look at the following test. I've ent'd two jpegs, one 10 times the size of the other. A jpg is highly compressed so can't be compressed much further, and incompressibility is one of the definitions of random. It has however, some non random bytes such as control structures ...

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