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Which Lotto System includes the StdDev statistics of each sigle #s?

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lottoburg's avatar - wiggle
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Posted: November 15, 2009, 9:06 pm - IP Logged

Hi, All:

Where can I find the Standard Deviation of sigle #s (for example, #1,#2,...#49 and their StdDev of occurrences after each drawing) in statistics in the current Lotto Software? Thanks.

    RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
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    Posted: November 15, 2009, 9:32 pm - IP Logged

    Most give you enough information to calculate it on a scientific calculator.

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      Posted: November 15, 2009, 10:13 pm - IP Logged

      Pretty sure Gigamillions does this.  Also Expert Lotto might.  Just google either one for the link.

       

      In Gigamillions go to menu item   Calc  and select statistics.

      This info is available in the free version I think.

       

       

      Also you can import the draws into excel and go to

      Tools --->Data Analysis and select descriptive statistics

      Good Luck

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        Posted: November 15, 2009, 10:22 pm - IP Logged

        Hi, RJOh:

        Thanks for your reply! But I'm still not clear your means. If can I get the statistics information about StdDev of each lotto #s by using a general scientific calculator by myself? Or can I get it in some where?

        For example, there are 575757 full tickets in any 5/39 lotto game, I want to know their StdDev of occurrences for each #s from #1 to #39 after each drawing. How can do that by using a general scientific calculator? Thanks.

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          Posted: November 15, 2009, 10:30 pm - IP Logged

          Hi, user044:

          Thanks for your sincere help!

          But I'm pretty sure Expert Lotto has not yet the statistics information even there are a lot of statistics data in the software, and Gigamillions neither too. Thanks.

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            Posted: November 15, 2009, 10:37 pm - IP Logged

            Lottoburg, this may not be what you are looking for, perhaps you might think of sending a PM to some of the participants in this thread:

            Standard deviation of lotto sets - Lottery Post Forums 

              RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
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              Posted: November 15, 2009, 11:36 pm - IP Logged

              Hi, RJOh:

              Thanks for your reply! But I'm still not clear your means. If can I get the statistics information about StdDev of each lotto #s by using a general scientific calculator by myself? Or can I get it in some where?

              For example, there are 575757 full tickets in any 5/39 lotto game, I want to know their StdDev of occurrences for each #s from #1 to #39 after each drawing. How can do that by using a general scientific calculator? Thanks.

              I assumed you knew what information you need to calculate the Std Dev for each number and most lottery programs will give you the number of times a number has hit in a period of time and the numbers of draws between those hits.  Once you calculate the Std Dev for each number you'll only have to recalculate the five in the latest drawing to stay updated.  While there are 575757 possible combinations in a 5/39 game there are still only 39 numbers.  Using the average draws between hits may be close enough and is a lot easier to figure.  Good luck to you.

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                Posted: November 16, 2009, 12:12 am - IP Logged

                Hi, RJOh:

                Thanks for your reply! But I'm still not clear your means. If can I get the statistics information about StdDev of each lotto #s by using a general scientific calculator by myself? Or can I get it in some where?

                For example, there are 575757 full tickets in any 5/39 lotto game, I want to know their StdDev of occurrences for each #s from #1 to #39 after each drawing. How can do that by using a general scientific calculator? Thanks.

                The standard deviation is a measure of how spread out your data is!

                The steps are:
                1. Compute the mean for the data set.
                2. Compute the deviation by subtracting the mean from each value.
                3. Square each individual deviation.
                4. Add up the squared deviations.
                5. Divide by one less than the sample size.
                6. Take the square root.

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                  lottoburg's avatar - wiggle
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                  Posted: November 17, 2009, 2:32 am - IP Logged

                  Hi, Raven62:

                  Thanks for your sincere help! But I'm still want to get the information from the current lotto software instead of calculating by myself. Could you tell me which system has it? Thanks.

                    lottoburg's avatar - wiggle
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                    Posted: November 17, 2009, 2:34 am - IP Logged

                    As you know, the StdDev are changing with the different drawings.