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A Sunday of programming/data analysis

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I am re-running each LRS chain program for C5, M6 and PB... just to make sure I have the latest data.

I have removed the p3/p4 LRS sheets to the thumb drive archive and I am quite pleased with the $60 I will save by not playing pick3/pick4 this month.

with Chain Reaction, I ran the million seed test for the first number, took only 2 minutes  to complete on this old PC (ran comparison on the "family pc"- the good one everyone else uses...that took only 21 seconds and gave the exact same results, so I guess the game is on...) now I have to find a uniform count increment to try and find the best match. I will run each seed through a 2000 count loop to generate a list of picks, this will be compared to the draw results... There are 973 integer seeds from 1 to 1,000,000 that generate the first number drawn on the mid-day pick3... NONE of them correspond to a date or system time variable, so it's a blind hunt from here on in. I am going to load them into an array and prequalify which ones match the second number, then run each of those (if any) for the 2000 draw test.

looks to be a looong day

No positive results from the june test yet.

Entry #152

Comments

1.
Comment by pumpi76 - June 3, 2007, 11:22 pm
Sounds genius...
2.
Comment by pumpi76 - June 3, 2007, 11:40 pm
The state pick3 is RNG right?
3.
hypersoniqComment by hypersoniq - June 4, 2007, 5:46 am
mid-day draws are RNG and evening draws are by ball machine.
4.
hypersoniqComment by hypersoniq - June 4, 2007, 5:46 am
mid-day draws are RNG and evening draws are by ball machine.

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