|Posted: October 13, 2012, 8:07 am - IP Logged|
Wow! Where has this software been all my life. After fumbling around with clunky softwares like Lotto Architect that I could never really get down this one is a real breath of fresh air. I've been reading the pdfs and watching the youtube videos that are scattered around to get used to the software and jumped right in, but I have a question. I have a lot of kooky wheeling ideas that needs more strings than available, 8 or 9 strings spaces would be perfect!, anyway I've been trying to use the RFM option to make up for it, but it looks like the wheeling option is bypassed when using RFM. Am I just being a big ol' dummy and doing it wrong or does the wheel get bypassed under RFM? I know this is a lot already, but I was also going through the megamillions database and I saw that the drawings starte in september of 2005, but on the usamega.com website it says that "Based on 763 drawings since Friday, June 24, 2005" since the last matrix change so some drawings are missing in the database? Hopefully someone is still around to answer questions! Thanks!
The wheel option is active when running from file mode. Make sure that you set the low / high values to the right
of the strings. If these are left set to 0/5 then they are incapable of filtering because there are no limits placed on
the numbers meaning that 0 to all 5 can be used. You don't have to set the Position value for the string wheel to
work and the default is 0. When set to (0) then it does not matter which position the number falls in. The database
needs to be updated to include these missing draws and I will try to do this and get it uploaded. The software has
had a few bug fixes so you may want to download the newest version, just use the same link as before. The newest
version also includes randomly generated sets at the end of the databases to bring the history to 1000 lines. If you
only want to use the actual draws then these can be deleted using copy and cut. The two databases are plain text
files and can be edited using notepad or any plain text editor. These files are located in the C:\DMP-BG\GAMES\ folder
and MM556.txt is for mega millions and PB559.TXT is for powerball. I suggest using the databases with the random
sets. DM analysis is limited to 1000 lines and each time you update it will use one less of the random sets. In time
you will be using only actual draws but for now the extra data can be useful. DM analysis is based on the population
and distribution of values as they pertain to the whole universe of sets in the matrix so in this regard they should not
present a problem. All the data that is shown in the line graphs and so on are actual draw data so the visual aids are
not effected by the added data. Hope this helps.
PS. I have a stand alone string wheel that has 10 or 12 strings options. I will maybe search for it and put it up for download
if time permits.