randomness
Randomness tests based on NIST SP 80022 whitepaper.
Usage
import randomness from 'randomness';
// series of bits
const data = [0, 1, 0, 1, 1, 1, 0, 1, 0, 0, 1, ...];
console.log(randomness.monobitTest(data));
Reference
All tests return the same type of result:
type Result = [test: boolean, pValue: number]
 First element is a result of test evaluation  whether sequence is random or not. When
pvalue ≥ alpha
(alpha is 0.01 by default), accept the sequence as random.  Second element is the
pvalue
itself.
Supported randomness tests

approximateEntropyTest
: Approximate entropy test. As with the Serial test, the focus of this test is the frequency of all possible overlapping mbit patterns across the entire sequence. The purpose of the test is to compare the frequency of overlapping blocks of two consecutive/adjacent lengths (m and m+1) against the expected result for a random sequence. 
binaryMatrixRankTest
: Binary matrix rank test. The focus of the test is the rank of disjoint submatrices of the entire sequence. The purpose of this test is to check for linear dependence among fixed length substrings of the original sequence. 
cumulativeSumsTest
: Cumulative sums test. The focus of this test is the maximal excursion (from zero) of the random walk defined by the cumulative sum of adjusted (1, +1) digits in the sequence. The purpose of the test is to determine whether the cumulative sum of the partial sequences occurring in the tested sequence is too large or too small relative to the expected behaviour of that cumulative sum for random sequences. This cumulative sum may be considered as a random walk. For a random sequence, the excursions of the random walk should be near zero. For certain types of nonrandom sequences, the excursions of this random walk from zero will be large. 
dftTest
: Discrete Fourier transform (spectral) test. The focus of this test is the peak heights in the Discrete Fourier Transform of the sequence. The purpose of this test is to detect periodic features (i.e., repetitive patterns that are near each other) in the tested sequence that would indicate a deviation from the assumption of randomness. The intention is to detect whether the number of peaks exceeding the 95% threshold is significantly different than 5%. 
frequencyWithinBlockTest
: Frequency within block test. The focus of the test is the proportion of ones within Mbit blocks. The purpose of this test is to determine whether the frequency of ones in an Mbit block is approximately M/2, as would be expected under an assumption of randomness. For block size M=1, this test degenerates to the Frequency (Monobit) test. 
longestRunOnesInABlockTest
: Longest run ones in a block test. The focus of the test is the longest run of ones within Mbit blocks. The purpose of this test is to determine whether the length of the longest run of ones within the tested sequence is consistent with the length of the longest run of ones that would be expected in a random sequence. Note that an irregularity in the expected length of the longest run of ones implies that there is also an irregularity in the expected length of the longest run of zeroes. Therefore, only a test for ones is necessary. 
monoBitTest
: Monobit test. The focus of the test is the proportion of zeroes and ones for the entire sequence. The purpose of this test is to determine whether the number of ones and zeros in a sequence are approximately the same as would be expected for a truly random sequence. The test assesses the closeness of the fraction of ones to 1/2, that is, the number of ones and zeroes in a sequence should be about the same. 
runsTest
: Runs test. The focus of this test is the total number of runs in the sequence, where a run is an uninterrupted sequence of identical bits. A run of length k consists of exactly k identical bits and is bounded before and after with a bit of the opposite value. The purpose of the runs test is to determine whether the number of runs of ones and zeros of various lengths is as expected for a random sequence. In particular, this test determines whether the oscillation between such zeros and ones is too fast or too slow.
References
 https://nvlpubs.nist.gov/nistpubs/Legacy/SP/nistspecialpublication80022r1a.pdf
 https://csrc.nist.gov/Projects/RandomBitGeneration/DocumentationandSoftware
 https://github.com/djongithub/sp800_22_tests
 https://github.com/InsaneMonster/NistRng
 https://www.npmjs.com/package/nistrandomnesstestsuite