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JADELottery's Pick 3 H-Trac System

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Posted: December 29, 2006, 12:58 am - IP Logged

Here ya go.  Example Excel Pick 3 H-Trac

The Normal H-Trac calculation needed a little massage to get the SIGN( ) function to convert 0 in to 1 instead of 0.

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    that was great. Now is the spreadsheet actually available for us to use with the formula? thanks

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      that was great. Now is the spreadsheet actually available for us to use with the formula? thanks

      The example shows a basic one step method for making the Normal and Absloute H-Trac Numbers in Excel.

      I'll be adding the H-Trac Tables in a little while and post the update later.

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        The Example Pick 3 H-Trac is now updated to include the H-Trac Tables.

        Look for the H-Trac Tables at the bottom tabs of the Excel workbook.

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          Very nice!  Thanks very much for sharing your H-Trac system.  Also a great example for others to show how you can put together some nice tables in the forums, IF you work with it (which you obviously did).

          Todd,

          Also, I'm using Microsoft FrontPage to first format my postings, then review them using the Preview tab to make sure it looks correct and then I Select and Copy from the Normal tab of FrontPage to paste into The Lottery Post's Text Message area. This works most of the time; there may need to be a little bit of tweaking, but it works well. I double check it using The Lottery Post's Preview to make sure.

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            Posted: December 29, 2006, 7:32 pm - IP Logged

            Tweaked it just a bit... again. 

             Example Pick 3 H-Trac

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              Posted: December 29, 2006, 8:02 pm - IP Logged

              Just a note the more technically interested.

              The Hue Grouping actually trace out a Closed Loop Vibrating String in 3 Dimensions.

              The 0 Contrast Group of Hues trace out an Open End String in 3 Dimensions.

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                Posted: December 29, 2006, 10:39 pm - IP Logged

                Todd,

                Also, I'm using Microsoft FrontPage to first format my postings, then review them using the Preview tab to make sure it looks correct and then I Select and Copy from the Normal tab of FrontPage to paste into The Lottery Post's Text Message area. This works most of the time; there may need to be a little bit of tweaking, but it works well. I double check it using The Lottery Post's Preview to make sure.

                Great idea, I had not thought of that.  I'm sure it makes creating the tables much easier.

                I also use the Preview button for more complex posts -- very helpful to catch problems before they get posted.

                Also, be sure to use the controls to make the text entry area larger, so that you can get as much data visible on the screen as possible. 

                The first control is on the bottom-right of the editor -- a little "handle"  Resize  you can grab with the mouse and drag the size of the editor larger.  A nice touch is that the new size you create is remembered in your cookie, so it will kep going back to that size, at least until you erase cookies.

                I love that little handle control.  My editor is sized to about half the height of my browser window, which for me is perfect.  The beauty of it is that anyone can make their editor whatever size fits their own needs, and it's done so easily.

                The second thing to try is to use the Full Screen button , which makes the editor the full size of your computer screen.  When you're finished editing, just click the button again and the editor returns to its normal size.

                 

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                  trying to understand your post but being in the"not so smart category" could you use Mass. either pic 4 or front pic 3 as an example for all to follow if possible. It would be great Jade. Thanks

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                    trying to understand your post but being in the"not so smart category" could you use Mass. either pic 4 or front pic 3 as an example for all to follow if possible. It would be great Jade. Thanks

                    rtexx,

                    I've done a lot work in Pick 3 for H-Trac, however, H-Trac for Pick 4 is proving to be quite a challange.

                    I have a preliminary H-Trac for Pick 4, but it will take some time to format it in a way you Normal Humans can understand.

                    That's putting it simply.

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                      trying to understand your post but being in the"not so smart category" could you use Mass. either pic 4 or front pic 3 as an example for all to follow if possible. It would be great Jade. Thanks

                      retxx, download the example, then enter the front 3 digits.

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                        retxx, download the example, then enter the front 3 digits.

                        CARBOB,

                        You can do that, however, please keep these points in front of you when entering the Pick 4 numbers that way.

                        1 - You will be dealing with a 1/10th structure relative to the 10,000 point Pick 4 Number Tesseract(4 Dimensional Hyper-cube).

                        2 - It violates the Gray Line Centric Rule; meaning the H-Trac Hue Groups do not follow the Gray Line exactly.

                        The Gray Line are the Tripple and Quad Numbers of the Pick 3 Number Cube and Pick 4 Number Tesseract.

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                          Ok, everyone should have had the chance to review most of what has been posted till now. In my next posting, I'll talk about some methods to determine Combos by the same Brightness and same Contrast.

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                            There are other methods of choosing Hue Groups when playing Pick 3. You can choose Combos of the Same Brightness and Combos of the Same Contrast. Looking back at the Pick 3 table I posted earlier in this topic and listed below. If you look at the Normal Brightness column for 2006-12-27, 28 and 29; it is 0 for three draws. A Hue Group of Combos of the Same Brightness, 0, could have been played as Boxed for those days. We can find the Combos by finding all the 0 Normal Brightness Combos in that column. You should come up with this set of Boxed Normal Combos:

                            336
                            346
                            356
                            366
                            227
                            237
                            247
                            257
                            267
                            277
                            118
                            128
                            138
                            148
                            158
                            168
                            178
                            188
                            009
                            019*
                            029
                            039
                            049
                            059
                            069
                            079*
                            089*
                            099

                            * shows the matching boxed combos for 2006-12-27, 28 and 29.

                            Likewise, you can play by Contrast Combos. On 2006-12-24, 25 and 26, the Same Contrast Number occurred three times. What Boxed Combos of the Same Contrast could have been played those days? You can find these by looking at the Normal Boxed Hue Groups and find Row 1 for the Contrast and use all the Combos in that row. You should have come up with these Combos:

                            001
                            011
                            112
                            122
                            223*
                            233
                            334
                            344
                            445*
                            455*
                            556
                            566
                            667
                            677
                            778
                            788
                            889
                            899

                            * shows the matched combos for 2006-12-24, 25 and 26.

                            DrawDateExampleH-Trac NumberH-Trac Table
                            Pick 3BrightnessContrast
                            ABCNormalAbsoluteNormalAbsolute
                            51812006-11-25155-34n34a-334
                            51822006-11-26616-25n25a-225
                            51832006-11-2701909n09a009
                            51842006-11-2808909n09a009
                            51852006-11-2970909n09a009
                            51862006-11-30065-36n36a-336
                            51872006-12-0119418n18a118
                            51882006-12-02317-16n16a-116
                            51892006-12-0366741n41a441
                            51902006-12-04202-72n72a-772
                            51912006-12-0585325n25a225
                            51922006-12-0689445n45a445
                            51932006-12-07506-36n36a-336
                            51942006-12-08176-16n16a-116
                            51952006-12-09155-34n34a-334
                            51962006-12-10076-27n27a-227
                            51972006-12-1145501n01a001
                            51982006-12-12108-18n18a-118
                            51992006-12-1329527n27a227
                            52002006-12-14751-16n16a-116
                            52012006-12-15370-27n27a-227
                            52022006-12-16111-70n70a-770
                            52032006-12-17083-18n18a-118
                            52042006-12-1843603n03a003
                            52052006-12-1976532n32a332
                            52062006-12-20048-18n18a-118
                            52072006-12-21410-54n54a-554
                            52082006-12-22104-54n54a-554
                            52092006-12-23202-72n72a-772
                            52102006-12-2454501n01a001
                            52112006-12-25322-41n41a-441
                            52122006-12-2645401n01a001

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                              This is a generalized Image of the Hue Group's orientation in the Color Cube. You can see an animation of this at my Yahoo Briefcase by clicking on the Image. The file name is ABC RGB HBC Rotation. The Brightness changes in a direction along the Gray Line and the Contrast changes in a direction radially outward from the Gray Line. The Hue Groups are in a circular like pattern around the Gray Line. The actual pattern does not look like a circle, but looks more like a Triangle-Square Wave around the Gray Line.

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