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# The Wave Matrix - Excel 2007 Addin

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Try a little more draws.

 Tue, Sep 18, 2012 494 Wed, Sep 19, 2012 165 Thu, Sep 20, 2012 491 Fri, Sep 21, 2012 887 Sat, Sep 22, 2012 462 Mon, Sep 24, 2012 779 Tue, Sep 25, 2012 309 Wed, Sep 26, 2012 635 Thu, Sep 27, 2012 583 Fri, Sep 28, 2012 476 Sat, Sep 29, 2012 682 Mon, Oct 1, 2012 826 Tue, Oct 2, 2012 798 Wed, Oct 3, 2012 55 Thu, Oct 4, 2012 201 Fri, Oct 5, 2012 726 Sat, Oct 6, 2012 272 Mon, Oct 8, 2012 676 Tue, Oct 9, 2012 668 Wed, Oct 10, 2012 829 Thu, Oct 11, 2012 123 Fri, Oct 12, 2012 294 Sat, Oct 13, 2012 380 Mon, Oct 15, 2012 482 Tue, Oct 16, 2012 481 Wed, Oct 17, 2012 460

I got the following using both Amplitude and Frequency, Wave BMA RMS = 0.70, Amplitude to Frequency = 0.75, everything else default.

 Type = Linear BMA Degree 1 BMA Degree 2 A = 564.2276923 2.491 2.579 B = -4.090940171 Index Regression Wave 1 Wave 2 Remainder Data =INT(MOD(,1000)) 1 560.1367521 -125.9626153 18.65911475 41.16674841 494 2 556.045812 -238.3005226 -76.7862885 -75.95900091 165 3 551.9548718 -48.43109069 -4.742200109 -7.781580998 491 4 547.8639316 163.1747269 82.23098726 93.73035418 887 5 543.7729915 39.66947817 -26.44885103 -94.9936186 462 6 539.6820513 100.0596578 45.05959535 94.19869558 779 7 535.5911111 -70.69000625 -62.39111255 -93.50999231 309 8 531.5001709 38.18426283 17.27222981 48.04333642 635 9 527.4092308 42.75506737 3.18355819 9.652143667 583 10 523.3182906 24.85440741 -34.21574064 -37.95695737 476 11 519.2273504 147.8944968 13.57017813 1.3079746 682 12 515.1364103 236.1255916 62.60323594 12.13476217 826 13 511.0454701 136.7113962 65.62476171 84.61837204 798 14 506.9545299 -243.0818648 -108.098789 -100.7738761 55 15 502.8635897 -205.8804218 -59.60190517 -36.38126275 201 16 498.7726496 35.04551994 69.2535753 122.9282552 726 17 494.6817094 -62.44646143 -55.53768147 -104.6975665 272 18 490.5907692 115.1403313 26.98125192 43.28764752 676 19 486.4998291 174.2241527 35.19067403 -27.91465581 668 20 482.4088889 167.7610758 78.81606397 100.0139714 829 21 478.3179487 -171.2856026 -82.38297403 -101.6493721 123 22 474.2270085 -165.1315863 -32.75131658 17.65589435 294 23 470.1360684 -89.30796708 -3.147581315 2.319480016 380 24 466.0451282 -11.0612909 16.16826775 10.84789495 482 25 461.954188 9.584390008 9.314863304 0.146558654 481 Quantum 26 457.8632479 5.104285259 0.339675933 -3.307209056 460 Projection -> 27 455.8177778 80.73605294 60.22781148 -101.6493721 495.1322701 495 27 455.8177778 80.73605294 60.22781148 -104.6975665 492.0840757 492 27 455.8177778 80.73605294 60.22781148 9.652143667 606.4337859 606 27 455.8177778 80.73605294 60.22781148 2.319480016 599.1011222 599 27 455.8177778 80.73605294 60.22781148 -94.9936186 501.7880236 501 27 455.8177778 80.73605294 60.22781148 94.19869558 690.9803378 690 27 455.8177778 80.73605294 60.22781148 -93.50999231 503.2716499 503 27 455.8177778 80.73605294 60.22781148 94.19869558 690.9803378 690

I put the integer-modulus in the last column in line 27.

Then I also copied and pasted line 27 several times to get different pick 3 numbers.

This is for tonight's draw, 2012-10-18.

Thanks!  I bought the 599.  The 5 is ripe to hit.  I'll  try your method it looks good.

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Been following this post and am wondering if this 2007 add-in will work in Excel 2010? Don't normally use Excel so I'm not very sure about it. When you get some time, your thoughts please...

Thanks, KH

The only DUMB question is the one question you DID NOT ask...

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Thanks!  I bought the 599.  The 5 is ripe to hit.  I'll  try your method it looks good.

We've been posting some predictions for our state of MN and your state of NM on the Predictions Board.

We ran an 80 set today's NM 2012-10-20 using Linear, 8 waves, Wave RMS 0.70, Amp Freq 0.75 and this is what we came up with.

 566 565 572 579 579 574 573 571 576 567 572 571 578 579 570 573 566 577 573 577 566 571 577 566 571 577 573 579 573 576 566 579 579 570 575 571 571 571 572 565 576 579 566 572 571 572 576 571 577 572 574 571 567 581 572 581 570 580 567 567 576 573 579 577 567 571 571 572 566 573 571 570 572 580 571 579 565 565 565 567

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Been following this post and am wondering if this 2007 add-in will work in Excel 2010? Don't normally use Excel so I'm not very sure about it. When you get some time, your thoughts please...

Thanks, KH

As far as we know, it's been tried using Excel 2010.

We will let those that have it installed say how well they are doing.

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Instructions

2. Unzip the files to a folder or use the Self Extracting ZIP and it will unzip to a folder named JADEXCODExcel2007AddInSetupFiles .

3. In the JADEXCODExcel2007AddInSetupFiles folder are the setup files, run the setup.exe file. (you'll be prompted to install other Microsoft components if needed)

3. Select to 'Install' the addin.

4. After the install completes successfully, start Excel.

At the top, there should be a new tab labeled JADEXCODE like below. That's where the fun begins.

A note about the installation, make sure Excel is closed if open; not required, but you'll have to restart Excel anyway.

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Thanks!  I bought the 599.  The 5 is ripe to hit.  I'll  try your method it looks good.

Also, we are getting a QP - 582.14287241415, that would be 582.

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Hello, JADE  I installed a pc with excel 2010, followed all the instructions as recomedou me, I type a column or neck,
But is not responding, you activate some command? thank you

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Thanks Jade I went out on a limb and bought a few 555 picks.

The last few sums were 13, 11 10 13,14,11,15.  So, expecting the 555 =15 to hit soon.

As far as the 2010 version  it works good for me.   Great program!

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We've been posting some predictions for our state of MN and your state of NM on the Predictions Board.

We ran an 80 set today's NM 2012-10-20 using Linear, 8 waves, Wave RMS 0.70, Amp Freq 0.75 and this is what we came up with.

 566 565 572 579 579 574 573 571 576 567 572 571 578 579 570 573 566 577 573 577 566 571 577 566 571 577 573 579 573 576 566 579 579 570 575 571 571 571 572 565 576 579 566 572 571 572 576 571 577 572 574 571 567 581 572 581 570 580 567 567 576 573 579 577 567 571 571 572 566 573 571 570 572 580 571 579 565 565 565 567

got a few

 JADELottery Minnesota Daily 3 6-Way Box 5-7-6 5-6-7 \$40 JADELottery Minnesota Daily 3 6-Way Box 5-7-6 5-6-7 \$40 JADELottery New Mexico Pick 3 6-Way Box 4-9-5 4-5-9 \$40 JADELottery New Mexico Pick 3 6-Way Box 4-9-5 4-5-9 \$40

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I'm been following this post and began to wonder about the differences in lottery draws. IE: "True draws" verses "RGN (computer) draws". I see from the tests that you posted, both MN and NM are "RGN" type draws. Have you tested it yet on any "True draw" states like TX, FL, MA etc. I'd be very interested in seeing if there's any difference in the results.

And, Pick 3 game for instance. When you load the results into a column, are you loading all 3 numbers into a cell, or, are you loading a seperate number per cell for 3 columns? Which way are you loading/analyzing the results?

Thank you, KH

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I'm been following this post and began to wonder about the differences in lottery draws. IE: "True draws" verses "RGN (computer) draws". I see from the tests that you posted, both MN and NM are "RGN" type draws. Have you tested it yet on any "True draw" states like TX, FL, MA etc. I'd be very interested in seeing if there's any difference in the results.

And, Pick 3 game for instance. When you load the results into a column, are you loading all 3 numbers into a cell, or, are you loading a seperate number per cell for 3 columns? Which way are you loading/analyzing the results?

Thank you, KH

That's a good thought and it touches on one of the best secrets about the Wave Matrix; it's Adaptive to any Randomness.

Here's how.

The Regression and Waves are pretty well established and predictable.

The Remainder on the other hand is the actual randomness that is produced in any varying data.

It's the inherent randomness that is part of whatever system that created it.

So, no matter what your looking at, that is the randomness we would need to use to simulate itself.

The beauty of it is that it can be a Computer Generated Number or a Natural Generated Number; it doesn't matter.

The system that created the randomness is used to generate the next possible outcome of itself.

All that needs to be done is pick at random one of the remainder values to complete the wave.

Now, if the Computer Pickarians say that the Computer Pick Numbers are as good as the real ones, they can rest assured that their randomness is being used in the best possible way; against them.

The Pick 3 numbers we are using is the whole value, meaning if it's 1 2 3, then we are using 123 (one hundred twenty-three) as our analyzed number.

The Wave Matrix can only work with one column at a time.

You can also analyze for the individual numbers 1, 2, or 3 by themselves.

In addition, you don't have to restrict to just the numbers.

You can analyze when a particular number is going to occur.

Each number has a draw number associated with it.

As an example we have 1000 Pick 3 draws.

The next draw is 1001.

The number 3 in the first column may have occurred at these draws:

 11 12 13 27 39 56 59 69 76 99 101 111 114 117 141 149 163 164 174 179 184 187 196 201 203 247 248 257 292 300 305 311 315 328 344 360 362 364 367 368 369 375 381 388 400 406 416 430 436 439 441 481 497 502 515 517 540 542 569 574 580 582 595 596 600 612 619 647 666 671 676 701 704 720 733 738 744 767 769 771 782 791 796 797 806 823 837 853 888 896 897 907 917 928 935 950 969 970 980 983

You can then use the Wave Matrix to try and project when the next draw the number 3 in the first column is likely to occur.

In the example Wave Matrix below we can see the next estimated draw would be about 1002 or 1003, Quantumly of course.

 Type = Linear BMA Degree 1 BMA Degree 2 BMA Degree 3 BMA Degree 4 BMA Degree 5 BMA Degree 6 BMA Degree 7 BMA Degree 8 Algorithm Predictor A = -19.53757576 -1.095 -0.624 0.486 0.011 0.862 0.519 0.622 0.708 Wave / BMA = 0.50 Depth = 25 B = 9.897179718 Amp / Freq = 0.50 Level = 25 Index Regression Wave 1 Wave 2 Wave 3 Wave 4 Wave 5 Wave 6 Wave 7 Wave 8 Remainder Data 1 -9.64039604 10.96393206 2.401696862 0.421918152 0.537279544 0.671020112 0.663812056 0.487394673 0.460201112 4.033141465 11 2 0.256783678 10.81537408 2.311844467 -0.197156449 0.368853469 -0.457616489 0.218123178 -0.000606098 -0.059982579 -1.255617254 12 3 10.1539634 10.63130313 2.195891829 -0.816218529 0.185006787 -1.487356662 -0.200048858 -0.425655787 -0.487002552 -6.749882758 13 4 20.05114311 10.41379884 2.059454527 -1.098803954 0.05032432 -1.687381127 -0.344548806 -0.492486401 -0.485724425 -1.46577609 27 5 29.94832283 10.16520746 1.907053031 -1.012531251 -0.010576505 -1.259788871 -0.259704384 -0.30109466 -0.21750991 0.040622256 39 6 39.84550255 9.88808804 1.74174505 -0.687800985 -0.003158765 -0.679441302 -0.099660916 -0.069712443 0.044168828 6.020269943 56 7 49.74268227 9.585159247 1.565038555 -0.301515942 0.050490124 -0.420652203 -0.017881279 0.003580772 0.065207655 -1.272109197 59 8 59.63986199 9.259275904 1.377531054 0.139252742 0.137999951 -0.1814503 0.049964029 0.049803744 0.059971094 -1.532210204 69 9 69.5370417 8.913383116 1.17898631 0.598295399 0.242395634 0.195766493 0.139832903 0.148207911 0.158573699 -5.112483169 76 10 79.43422142 8.550497491 0.969031796 0.987410898 0.344287321 0.646005201 0.2209941 0.270775276 0.341984921 7.234791573 99 11 89.33140114 8.173671334 0.747633827 1.104585025 0.41805492 0.48088601 0.106439603 0.132570616 0.215278863 0.289478662 101 12 99.22858086 7.78599213 0.516488828 1.014535744 0.468831468 -0.041641764 -0.123624851 -0.172958812 -0.119320756 2.443117155 111 13 109.1257606 7.390520306 0.279027931 0.855054321 0.510012045 -0.557115042 -0.328066253 -0.485135101 -0.502382584 -2.2876762 114 14 119.0229403 6.990239312 0.040789019 0.811083056 0.554453204 -0.412305635 -0.291404527 -0.518443912 -0.592717558 -8.604633252 117 15 128.92012 6.587974249 -0.190683642 0.896823277 0.588676827 0.661070949 0.064866683 -0.14761394 -0.220547986 3.83931357 141 16 138.8172997 6.18629049 -0.405974316 0.779908163 0.556990183 1.763652501 0.476217772 0.282492416 0.184127151 0.358995911 149 17 148.7144794 5.7874242 -0.592800247 0.208774344 0.410487132 2.435305212 0.770719906 0.595176852 0.457745702 4.21268745 163 18 158.6116592 5.393155538 -0.73627075 -0.966979463 0.119609842 2.329729161 0.822073562 0.666333103 0.491376437 -2.730686594 164 19 168.5088389 5.004692488 -0.819233161 -2.640952413 -0.301379206 1.702905727 0.680750665 0.601787088 0.462334311 0.800255617 174 20 178.4060186 4.622514173 -0.824089935 -4.639164927 -0.80942135 0.549336707 0.346851983 0.384096829 0.336871269 0.626986649 179 21 188.3031983 4.246243259 -0.734690554 -6.65337317 -1.32915934 -0.98043414 -0.130059081 0.031579324 0.101725866 1.144969517 184 22 198.200378 3.874526412 -0.538950668 -8.289458776 -1.766387617 -2.608630459 -0.655200374 -0.398395261 -0.227909735 -0.589971559 187 23 208.0975578 3.504961673 -0.231479695 -9.123980776 -2.025648719 -3.898507842 -1.079500588 -0.777190427 -0.552484064 2.086272682 196 24 217.9947375 3.134082498 0.184012813 -8.840501395 -2.037367986 -4.507372452 -1.272926452 -0.98862822 -0.783605717 -1.882430562 201 25 227.8919172 2.757436332 0.693455396 -7.256352723 -1.772006308 -3.927619606 -1.084178439 -0.831616334 -0.670187468 -12.80084804 203 26 237.7890969 2.36974939 1.272181217 -4.492282482 -1.259401154 -2.046794557 -0.504065672 -0.250910054 -0.097764161 14.22019056 247 27 247.6862766 1.965158646 1.885656895 -1.212972428 -0.607168436 -0.427904276 0.023947473 0.168975328 0.195173104 -1.677142934 248 28 257.5834563 1.53761874 2.493745884 2.223062658 0.093183492 1.102561033 0.492551672 0.532117022 0.456362975 -9.514659821 257 29 267.4806361 1.081262287 3.053266038 5.43285847 0.750529466 2.541609647 0.85879138 0.868874848 0.811677609 9.120494191 292 30 277.3778158 0.590804949 3.521278045 7.878482078 1.275957032 2.760043608 0.813657692 0.750399158 0.695110714 4.336450942 300 31 287.2749955 0.061992372 3.859490256 9.459478135 1.645470664 1.868886945 0.406787925 0.224319496 0.140089575 0.058489132 305 32 297.1721752 -0.508053709 4.036542647 10.39333172 1.884942336 0.666779415 -0.084143529 -0.379516874 -0.495970986 -1.686086241 311 33 307.0693549 -1.120548264 4.029500522 10.97891839 2.036363364 0.006003934 -0.354342335 -0.704330391 -0.833365793 -6.107554367 315 34 316.9665347 -1.774833961 3.824767223 11.39228292 2.124555229 0.441920014 -0.219176727 -0.524990444 -0.616599331 -3.614459581 328 35 326.8637144 -2.468268711 3.418503408 11.48865038 2.130896732 1.625903333 0.204054971 0.005909404 -0.024645764 0.755281872 344 36 336.7608941 -3.196191243 2.817305918 10.92282035 2.008403834 2.655716306 0.60812269 0.506558772 0.509804291 6.406564996 360 37 346.6580738 -3.951986199 2.038651654 9.411584236 1.717624627 2.740179613 0.720197522 0.649121578 0.627066838 1.389486323 362 38 356.5552535 -4.727247616 1.11078308 7.00440214 1.263893009 1.983768533 0.541288583 0.474767722 0.427102014 -0.634010992 364 39 366.4524332 -5.51206837 0.071026522 3.966190989 0.691074074 0.770334459 0.190893567 0.141451474 0.103819851 0.12484419 367 40 376.349613 -6.295411044 -1.036670078 0.659682782 0.066860087 -0.539924469 -0.195252512 -0.210933243 -0.215703168 -0.582261317 368 41 386.2467927 -7.065540987 -2.164752323 -2.522118714 -0.533242319 -1.566733147 -0.479601648 -0.447212396 -0.41413917 -2.053451975 369 42 396.1439724 -7.810498157 -3.265406916 -5.256124559 -1.045817423 -2.037943004 -0.570915619 -0.479992516 -0.415113331 -0.262160873 375 43 406.0411521 -8.518574461 -4.293781837 -7.38126396 -1.435566363 -1.996640117 -0.482186152 -0.34171266 -0.270786568 -0.320639996 381 44 415.9383318 -9.178757021 -5.210512544 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0.456390402 7.382905398 969 98 950.3860366 11.8666993 4.606784945 2.512144767 -0.162705188 0.576328943 0.030117012 0.284735177 0.379939781 -0.480081344 970 99 960.2832163 12.12777611 4.730437817 1.767289573 -0.413913931 -0.19862641 -0.246231178 0.004268898 0.0749274 1.870855396 980 Quantum 100 970.180396 12.33745681 4.817373944 1.134834903 -0.61510573 -0.999772196 -0.543416912 -0.321628176 -0.285083507 -2.705055176 983 Projection -> 101 980.0775758 12.4295628 4.852651916 0.863555469 -0.69865971 -1.421151973 -0.693208624 -0.497810726 -0.490738297 8.224399657 1002.646176

This use of the system's own randomness on itself only works when you are analyzing for a Quantum Projection, not the Classic.

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The Quantum Master
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1. you have to leave the setup folder intact. don't delete it. if you do, you will have to uninstall it through the 'Add or Remove Programs' manually, then reinstall.

2. download and unzip the updated setup files to the same folder as the previous setup if you have it installed already. the updated setup files are the same for a new install. (links below)

3. after you unzipped the files, run the setup.exe and it will handle the updating automagically.

We...

Increased the number of waves you can generate from 32 to 128.

Adjusted the projection on the Regression.

Added information on the Algorithm and Predictor setting for the Wave Matrix generated sheet.

Added a Data Flipper so you can flip the data top to bottom without having to go through too may gyrations getting the data rearranged.

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Or at our FTP site:

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1. you have to leave the setup folder intact. don't delete it. if you do, you will have to uninstall it through the 'Add or Remove Programs' manually, then reinstall.

2. download and unzip the updated setup files to the same folder as the previous setup if you have it installed already. the updated setup files are the same for a new install. (links below)

3. after you unzipped the files, run the setup.exe and it will handle the updating automagically.

We...

Increased the number of waves you can generate from 32 to 128.

Adjusted the projection on the Regression.

Added information on the Algorithm and Predictor setting for the Wave Matrix generated sheet.

Added a Data Flipper so you can flip the data top to bottom without having to go through too may gyrations getting the data rearranged.

Our regular website:

Or at our FTP site:

thanks for all the hard work!

The Quantum Master
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One more update.

It relates to the Data Flipper.

Seems it was having a hard time flipping very large amounts of data - Fixed.

This will be the last update for a while.

We'll add more if something really good comes to mind.

Otherwise, we're moving on to other things.

We will post about the Ultimate Wave Predictor later; have a many things to complete before this weekend and next week.

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The Quantum Master
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thanks for all the hard work!

thanks.

hard work? eh, maybe.

i'm constantly running equations and computations in my head.

now it's running in Excel.

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