Some New Ideas

Re: Some New Ideas

Postby Jerzy » Mon Dec 19, 2011 4:24 pm

Thank you Stan for implementing the filtering of Number Difference Sum ranges in levels from Winning Numbers history charts. And thank you Viking for presentation of this filter's idea.

Stan, this might be one of the best filters in EL5 if you could improve it a bit.

To see clearly the patterns in the chart, I use the latest 52 drawings. Unfortunately, this history period shows the highest sum value during the last year only and it does not show the highest sum value in total game history. Moreover, there is no space in the chart to adjust the range of sums filtered above the highest sum which occurred in the last 52 drawings. It can have negative consequences. For example, the highest sum in a level in the last 52 drawing was 95 and the next drawing's sum is 97, but there was no space in the chart to make it 97. This is a kind of incorrect prefiltering.

When I open the chart using all drawings in the history the max sums are clearly visible, but the chart is so congested that the low and medium sums are very difficult to see.

It would be good if you could increase the space in the upper part of the charts which are based on a small number of latest draws (10 to 100 latest draws), to accomodate the highest sum that occured in the past and still are possible in the future in any level in the game. The range of available sums in the chart should be from 0 to at least the highest sum in the game history. If it was from 0 to the highest sum present in the package for a given level, it would be even better.

If you could also display the highest sum value in the game history in the chart, if this sum occurred before the analyzed period, it would be a further improvement.
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Re: Some New Ideas

Postby PadawanLotto » Fri Dec 23, 2011 3:00 am

I like the Number Difference Sum ranges, I think that the filtering of the individual ranges is slightly powerful than the all levels but it still is very nice. Any real tips on using this filter?
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Re: Some New Ideas

Postby stan » Fri Dec 23, 2011 3:16 pm

Jerzy wrote:Thank you Stan for implementing the filtering of Number Difference Sum ranges in levels from Winning Numbers history charts. And thank you Viking for presentation of this filter's idea.

Stan, this might be one of the best filters in EL5 if you could improve it a bit.

To see clearly the patterns in the chart, I use the latest 52 drawings. Unfortunately, this history period shows the highest sum value during the last year only and it does not show the highest sum value in total game history. Moreover, there is no space in the chart to adjust the range of sums filtered above the highest sum which occurred in the last 52 drawings. It can have negative consequences. For example, the highest sum in a level in the last 52 drawing was 97 and the next drawing's sum is 97, but there was no space in the chart to make it 97. This is a kind of incorrect prefiltering.

When I open the chart using all drawings in the history the max sums are clearly visible, but the chart is so congested that the low and medium sums are very difficult to see.

It would be good if you could increase the space in the upper part of the charts which are based on a small number of latest draws (10 to 100 latest draws), to accomodate the highest sum that occured in the past and still are possible in the future in any level in the game. The range of available sums in the chart should be from 0 to at least the highest sum in the game history. If it was from 0 to the highest sum present in the package for a given level, it would be even better.

since this strategy seems to be interesting and good enough, i'll create special filter for it. then you'll be able to pick any range for filtering and also use it in complex filters.
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Re: Some New Ideas

Postby BrianBrown » Tue Aug 07, 2012 11:37 am

Hi, I realize that in real life if you follow the numbers played in a lottery system that has been giving regular wins, you will see that there are certain combinations that seem to emerge. Once you understand these combinations you will increase the chances of winning.
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Re: Some New Ideas

Postby teoman » Sat Dec 29, 2012 9:12 pm

Hi, Stan,

It is possible to make a filter "In Range Differences" complementary with that of statistics (Winning Numbers => Analyzer => In Range Differences) to which they can select desired levels of users of all levels and only to these can be established a Min: and a Max: ranges. As it is now, there is a selection for all levels.

Many thanks in advance.
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Re: Some New Ideas

Postby stan » Tue Jan 01, 2013 7:23 pm

teoman wrote:Hi, Stan,

It is possible to make a filter "In Range Differences" complementary with that of statistics (Winning Numbers => Analyzer => In Range Differences) to which they can select desired levels of users of all levels and only to these can be established a Min: and a Max: ranges. As it is now, there is a selection for all levels.

You can use Sums History filter. Just enter big enough ranges to make sure each Level passes, tick the levels you want and then choose the difference in x to y levels is -10 to 10
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Re: Some New Ideas

Postby teoman » Thu Jan 03, 2013 1:21 am

stan wrote:
teoman wrote:Hi, Stan,

It is possible to make a filter "In Range Differences" complementary with that of statistics (Winning Numbers => Analyzer => In Range Differences) to which they can select desired levels of users of all levels and only to these can be established a Min: and a Max: ranges. As it is now, there is a selection for all levels.

You can use Sums History filter. Just enter big enough ranges to make sure each Level passes, tick the levels you want and then choose the difference in x to y levels is -10 to 10

It is correctly and so.

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