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what do we DO with draw history?

we could convert it any number of ways (high/low)(odd/even)...

but then what?

we have a ton of filter tutorial threads yet not one single post on how to interpret the results...

why? why not?

deltas... converts the data into changes from the last draw... but then what?

skips... some swear by them, why? how are they to be interpreted?

we have a board full of people capable of gathering and presenting data in wonderful ways, able to extract every statistic possible... but then what?

time to move everything to the next level... time to define once and for all what prediction is, what a trend is, what a pattern is... we need interpretation tutorials... data mining instructions are good, but what to do with the results would be priceless...

this is our "missing link", this is why NONEof the systems can pass backtesting with good results.

any ideas? any links? anything?

 

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Comments

1.
LANTERNComment by LANTERN - January 20, 2006, 3:58 pm
If everything goes OK my new filters tutorial will be different in that it might maybe show what to do with the results, we just have to wait and see what happens, because of the nature of the "BEAST (Lottery)" is not easy to do.
2.
JAP69Comment by JAP69 - January 21, 2006, 3:52 am
[skips... some swear by them, why? how are they to be interpreted?]
why to me is that I use them to find the pattern up to most out.
The hit skip pattern from 0 to close to most out is pretty much useless in my book.
When it reaches close to most out is when I find it most useful for what I am looking at. Most out could extend beyond previous most out to set another higher skip level. I must decide somewhere to start playing what I am looking at.
I like to look for exact pairs by position in the three game for close to most out. Just need to wait for an exact pair to get close to most out.
You can do that the same for non exact pairs.


3.
JAP69Comment by JAP69 - January 21, 2006, 3:55 am
I would like to add that I use reapeat pairs in some of my systems. That I find by just looking at some of the past draw history.

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