|Posted: August 11, 2012, 2:13 am - IP Logged|
I just wanted to confirm what adam said. If you are making a "after the fact run" using the RLP option then
you need the R-click the RLP button. This causes the program to start on the second line in the database so
that you don't need to remove any draws. If you L-click without removing a draw when backtesting then the
program is including the data for the last draw and will almost always hit a 5of5. I covered this in the videos
but went over it very quickly. I have all the updates finished except the new option which will be replacing RLP.
I have been testing it for several days and trying to fine tune it. It is a very slow process but I hope to have it
finished very soon. I also added several other options and included a way to just update one draw at a time
for backtesting. I also added the ability to import sets from the main file into the temp. I also fixed the problem
with the R-F-W where if you run it then change games it no longer gives an error. I also added the code to prevent
running two instances of the program at a time, this caused errors. I also added to the analysis for all the filters
so that all filter values are shown by single values for hit and skips. I also added to the groups so that you can
now see the single values plus hits by position. I think these will make groups a little easier to analyze. I most
likely added a few other options but can't remember off hand. I posted a pic of the group analysis below. This
data is displayed when you right click a filter, digit, group etc... When you L-click the line graph will still be displayed.
Hope to have it all ready soon. I will be talking to winsum sometime in the next few days about the group and maybe
as soon as I get the updates finished we can make a few dry runs. Maybe even try Power ball since it's way up.