Please help! Is this possible?

Please help! Is this possible?

Postby Hitman » Wed Jul 26, 2023 5:44 pm

Hi!

I want to generate/filter all possible combinations from the package as follows:
1) get only those combos that have numbers with their due between 0.3 and 0.75 from the last X draws (or from all draws);
2) filter the resulted combos above even more by getting from them only those that have pairs due between 0.2 and 0.5;
3) filter the resulted combos above even more by getting from them only those that have triplets due between 0.3 and 0.8;
4) filter the resulted combos above even more by getting from them only those that have quadruplets due between 0.5 and 0.73;
5) filter the resulted combos above even more by getting from them only those that have quintuplets due between 0.3 and 0.9;
6) filter the resulted combos above even more by getting from them only those that have sextuplets due between 0.2 and 0.5;

Thank you in advance!

P.S. This is for a 6/49 lottery, that's why it is only up to sextuplets.
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Re: Please help! Is this possible?

Postby tdnl46w » Thu Jul 27, 2023 9:35 pm

Statistical Filter.jpg

The EL Demo 6/49 filter image above will accept tickets in the package that have 1 to 6 ticket numbers with the Due values of between 0.3 and 0.75 from 10 latest draws. The filter setup is similar for Pairs, Triplets(etc.).
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Re: Please help! Is this possible?

Postby Hitman » Fri Jul 28, 2023 9:38 am

tdnl46w wrote:
Statistical Filter.jpg

The EL Demo 6/49 filter image above will accept tickets in the package that have 1 to 6 ticket numbers with the Due values of between 0.3 and 0.75 from 10 latest draws. The filter setup is similar for Pairs, Triplets(etc.).


Sorry, I didn't used the EL for quite a while and I don't know:
Where/How exactly to access this filter? Could you please show to me step by step? I want to create a complex filter with this, is it possible? How?

How exactly to do it for pairs, triplets etc., please?

What it means "Applies to 1 to 6 in each ticket."?

Thank you so much!
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Re: Please help! Is this possible?

Postby tdnl46w » Sun Jul 30, 2023 9:09 am

Hitman wrote:Where/How exactly to access this filter? Could you please show to me step by step? I want to create a complex filter with this, is it possible? How?

Open a new Complex Filter and add a statistical filter.
- File-> New-> Complex Filter.
- In the complex filer Design window click on 'Add filter'.
- Near the bottom of the filter list under 'Advanced Filters' category select 'Statistical Filter' then press Select to add the filter.
- Setup this statistical filter as in the image from my last reply.
How exactly to do it for pairs, triplets etc., please?

Add a second statistical filter with the same setup(or just Copy/Paste the first one within the complex filter), then change what to analyze. So to setup pairs you would change Analyze: Ticket Numbers to -> Analyze: Pairs(same for Triplets, Quads etc.). Then change the due values to what you need etc.
What it means "Applies to 1 to 6 in each ticket."?

- Applies to [x] to [x] in each ticket. <- If the feature being analyzed has more than one instance in a ticket('Ticket Numbers' has six because there are six numbers in a ticket), then the filter will have this option so you can limit the count. For instance, 'Applies to [1] to [6] in each ticket', would mean a winning/package ticket only needs to have 1 number, or up to 6 numbers that match the filter conditions to be accepted/rejected.
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