Generating Test Data

Erik Darling points to a simple site designed to generate test data:

A website I really like to help generate data is over here. It’s really easy to set up data the way you want, and you get a lot of neat customization options for a wide variety of data types.

There are also tools (both free and paid) which help generate SQL data, but this site includes other output formats as well.

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