Hi edymurph, thank you I see easily now how you set the min, max and average on a draw by draw basis
I sent you a spreadsheet of my calculations.
Matrix Distributions FilteringGo to:
Winning numbers, analyze, select the number of draws, then select “matrix distribution” under the basic folder. From here you can press the filter icon after you have selected 1 or more rows (which are then highlighted in blue)
(press CTRL+left click to highlight more than 1 row)
Also in the drop down box where it says “5 horizontal” you can see the other 3 options available
See also 4. matrix distribution under
Help, help contents, search, type in “matrix distribution”
This explains how on one row 3 numbers were found (from your screenshot, 10,12,18). Then 1 number was found on each row, 5, then 25, then 33. Therefore it is 3,1,1,1
Mega Sena FilteringFrom what I understand, Mega Sena draws individual digits (rather than whole numbers) from separate ball cages, but basically it is a pick 6 from 60 game, so the results display with 6 winning numbers between 1-60
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mega-SenaFrom my screenshot “matrix distributions filter more than 1 row” (which would work the same for Mega Sena), perhaps it may be easier to filter this way, from the selected blue rows in my screenshot.
Running this matrix distributions filter (from the screenshot) on Demo 6/49 lotto reduces the package just under 10%, (say 9% reduction only)
As when you were using number groups from your screenshot, the 3 numbers (10,12,18) hit horizontally in the number range of 10-18, not vertically like your 9 custom number groups are setup. (I see the logic of how you setup the 9 custom discrete groups though) Also you have 9 custom discrete groups setup & you are trying to combine all 9 into a pattern that ends at 6 eg 3,2,1,1,1,1 but there are still nine groups having to be condensed into this 6 pattern.
Hope this helps.
Thanks
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