I got an email about that software, it seems interesting, will head to her site to look at it more, I'll probably eventually get that. For now, if I can pick more of my 2 winning power numbers...I'll be a happy camper.
Earlier you mentioned about what other chart would go well with Drawings Since Hit (DSH). I would say Games out of View and then hit f4 for skips due. But I do make the little list of numbers from 0-5, and count/jot the total of how many of 0, 1, 2 through 5 on the games out half of the chart there are, and if one of the numbers is left out, I'll look at the numbers for that game out value.
Here's what I tend to do for my "Brainstorming with Smart Luck":
I use a regular spiral notebook, and after a drawing I'll eventually get the winning numbers and write the date and winners at the top of the page (usually on the right handed page to start-but either way, have the left and right page available without having to flip back and forth to look at your notes-everything there for you). I use the left page for other miscellaneous figuring/notes once I've started going through a few charts, but my main notes are on the right page. That way I have 2 pages of notes (I don't always have that much) without having to flip a page to see what else I've written.
I usally check the multiple hit pattern chart (5), and write down the corresponding double hit ratios right under the winning numbers, giving an idea of which might repeat hit. I look at the odd/even and low/hi charts, make a note if the bias for either is high.
I look at the drawings since hit chart-4, and take note (jot down) the numbers with the * below them. I hit F4 (Abbreviated DrawSinceHit), and usually look at the winning numbers and if one looks like it came from nowhere I look at it's hit pattern. I pretty much eventually look at the hit pattern of the other winning numbers if not just for curiousity.
Now the 4-F4 chart is good for checking patterns, skips, etc., but I also use it to see how a number's hit pattern looks on the previous pages. IE, lets say heavy hitter (HH) #8 is out 11 draws, it shows 9 total hits (X's) on the latest page showing 63 draws. The previous page shows 12 hits, the page before that shows 14 hits (when you arrow left, the page scrolls backward). So perhaps it might be due a hit regarding the hit totals on the previous pages. This might be considered a medium term trend, and might be considered insignificant since 8 is an already established heavy hitter. I just think it is something else to look at when deciding on certain numbers, another yes or no to add in weighing your decision.
I do find it interesting that someone mentioned earlier that when the pattern or skips or something looked good for a possible number play and they took out of the equation that number's total hits, in that it wasn't a HH yet they did well with ignoring the fact (as the number did hit), I'd say I should watch for this closer, as the probability of all the numbers is to eventually hit at some time or another. I'm thinking this is part of my error in picking the wrong numbers at times, looking too hard at the higher total hit numbers.
But, a flag formation or double or triple (or more) possible bottom formation will get my attention no matter the total hits of that number.
I'll look at skips due for 5 & 10 draws, noting the ones most due. I do glance at the draws in between but tend to look at the 5 and 10 draw dues.
I look at Quick Stats and hilight Total Hits, and notice the Games Out (G/O) and last skip for any of the HHs. If both numbers are somewhat high, I might check it's hit pattern on 4F4, see where it might rank on the skips due, especially if the G/O is between 5 & 10, and the last skip is a bit high.
The last 3 sets of winning numbers have not repeated in our Pick 5 drawing. The biases are not going high, so the vibes are nickle dime. Well Even+7 is ~~~ We've had 262 draws so there is some history but it is still a young game.
I look at Skip & Hit, take notes but don't especially rely on this unless the same likely number/numbers keep popping up in the other charts I look at. I also look at adjacent numbers, the hit charts. I look at Games out of view, and moreso at the different aspects mentioned from this thread.
One thing-after a few draws, if 4f4 paterns start to look ripe, I tend to keep playing some of my numbers that look due, keep from over analyzing, I'll take just quick glances at the charts. If one or more of my numbers has hit, I'll look to see which might repeat then keep it or cast it aside and perhaps look for another.
I notice if the same number or numbers pop up in different charts I'm checking, they stand out, and hopefully for good reason.
She mentions not to play when the numbers don't "feel right", or don't spend as much on your draws. I feel that when certain biases are not strong, would be "bottoms" or flag formations are just midway in their patterns; the latest winning numbers seem like they are coming out of left field; the winning numbers have not had a repeat, so you'd figure a repeat or two is due yet the multiple hit pattern chart's double hit ratios are nothing to write home about; we could go on and on-just back off, see what hits next draw and look again.
Hopefully we'll crack the code, ha ha...!