A very popular question I get asked is "how can I use LOWESS to help predict my numbers?".
Firstly you must understand that LSA uses a layered architecture, it does not see a draw as a group of numbers but instead sees the draw as a set of individual numbers. LSA analysis's draws in this way, this means if you have a pick 6 lotto you have to create 6 LOWESS graphs to get one prediction, one for each ball.
Keeping that in mind let me move on to using LOWESS.
The more past draw results used in LOWESS the more averaged the plots become, hence the more average the prediction become..
8 to 15 draws should provide plenty of variation in the predictions from one draw to the next.
When using LOWESS you should be changing this all the time finding the best fit plot line for the number of past draws your using.
When setting smoothness, watch the trend line, you don't want it touching each ball as in the image below
but then you don't want the line too straight either.
The best curve is a best fit curve as in the image below
Not too sharp and not too smooth.
As you alter settings look to the text pain to see what the predictions are doing.
The values in here should be treated as follows
Min: LSA predicted the next ball wont fall below the min value
Max: LSA predicted the next ball wont fall above the max value
That means LSA predicts the ball will be in between that range
It gives two predictions for this
Avg and Med - Choose the one you feel most happy with or choose a value in between them.
Always track the predictions and after a few weeks you will see what the variations are from prediction to draw and adjust accordingly
If used correctly this is a very powerful tool with a higher than average hit rate.