|Posted: June 15, 2013, 11:29 pm - IP Logged|
Back test is easy and all you nee to do it remove a few draws from the database by clicking the [remove] button.
Each click removes one draw so just click it a random number of times without paying attention to the lines that
are removed. Once this is done then hit the reset button to clear any old setting from a previous setup and to
clear any lines in the sets file. Next write down the date for the first or top line in the list of draws shown on the
right hand side of the program. Now play just as you would if you were playing for real. Make your digit selections
set the filters etc... When finished with the setup hit the generate button and other reduction tools to reduce the
lines. Once you have your lines for that draw then hit the update button to reload the set you removed. Look at
the date you wrote down as mentioned above and use the next line to see what hit. You can then use the Manual
check option be R-clicking the check button. Enter the 3 digits actual digits that hit for the game you played and press
enter on the keyboard. Your results will then be displayed. Finding the filters values that hit will have to be manually
which is not too hard.
If you are backtesting the current draw as I do in the videos then remember to R-Click the [Generate] button. This
causes the program to skip the top line in the database and use the second to calculate the values for the T-R and
P-R filters. If these filters are not set then you can L or R click the [Generate] button. Whenever I build a software
like this I include the R-click option for my own testing. Years back I decided to leave the R-click option in the release
version so others can play around with different setups for the current drawing.