|Posted: September 1, 2012, 4:31 pm - IP Logged|
In the months July - August the group as a whole scored a little above
expectation (SCORE = 115%). Numbers picked by more than one participant did even better (TOP = 124%), and numbers picked by participants around their lucky peaks did best of all (PEAK = 175%). The QS subset bombed completely, so I will no longer pursue this line of enquiry. I still have plenty of
ideas left to test!
Much of this good performance took place in the last four draws, since I
started assigning numbers individually. (SCORE = 174%, TOP = 272%, PEAK =
258%.) It's much too early to make any conclusions, and this could be down
to a form of beginner's luck, but it does look promising as a line of
attacking the lottery beast.
The overall performance over nine months is as follows:
While the group as a whole is still sticking very close to expectation, the
PEAK subset is over a third better than chance, and this is statistically
significant (p = 0.017).
The Procyon Rising Project