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If you could get a freeware with just one chart what would you ask for?

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Posted: August 27, 2013, 5:47 am - IP Logged

Serge

I also have ideas for the jackpot kind of games, but later on that, I still need to get more rest tonight.

Bye and thanks very much!!

Fernando.

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    Serge

    Ricky didn't much do pick 3 either at first and now that is what he does the most, what you do on the pick 3 later can also apply to other lottery games.

    So you program with java.

    Expert Lotto the program is also a java program, maybe you can add stuff to it, it takes java plug ins.

    I will take a look at your chart download.

    Thanks much!!!

    Fernando.

    Fernando

    I don't know about java plugins and I am still experimenting.
    To extend anything I must have the source code.
    Expert lotto is nicely done, I recognize features of java.

    Ricky started with pick 3.

    I started with simple lotto charts in MS Works in 1997 or so.
    In 2003 or 2004 I got MS Office. Three years ago I had a little break through with VBA.
    A bit more than a year ago I only started with java. I wrote a program that I use.
    It was harder than I thought.

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      I am having a look at Lotto Expert. That must be team work and someone must pay for it somewhere.

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        I am having a look at Lotto Expert. That must be team work and someone must pay for it somewhere.

        Serge

        Forget about Expert Lotto.

        Fernando.

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          Here it is, it looks very good!!

          Fernando.

          Of course that is for boxed pick 4, for the Last Digit of the Sum and for the Root it would have only one digit for each line.

          Thanks!!!

          Sums are no problem, even without VBA. Excel does it.

          dd/mm/yyyy, sum, sum iteration 1, sum iteration 2.
          The iteration is just a stupid word for saying make the sum of the first and the second digit,
          and we don't look at how it is done. We just want the result.

          If you like sums, this will result in three tables.
          I think that I have seen the iterations before.
          For myself I use a custom function, but that would burn the steps.

          I would not use sums myself, I have other ideas. I respond to the demand with some feedback from both sides.
          I will work this out later, takes a few minutes to finish and upload.

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            Hold everything!!!!

            LDR = LDS = SLD, Etc, It is the Last Digit of the Sum, not the Sum itself.

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            183 = 12 Sum = 2 Last Digit of the Sum.

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            183 = 12 Sum = 3 Root (Sum Root).

            To get the Root (Sum Root) you add the digits of the Sum over and over until there is only one digit left over.

            604 = 10 Sum = 0 Last Digit of the Sum = 1 Root (Root Sum).

            991 = 19 Sum = 9 LDS (LDR) = 1 Root (Root Sum), 1+9=10 = 0+1=1.

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              Hold everything!!!!

              LDR = LDS = SLD, Etc, It is the Last Digit of the Sum, not the Sum itself.

              -------------

              183 = 12 Sum = 2 Last Digit of the Sum.

              -----------------

              183 = 12 Sum = 3 Root (Sum Root).

              To get the Root (Sum Root) you add the digits of the Sum over and over until there is only one digit left over.

              604 = 10 Sum = 0 Last Digit of the Sum = 1 Root (Root Sum).

              991 = 19 Sum = 9 LDS (LDR) = 1 Root (Root Sum), 1+9=10 = 0+1=1.

              Hold what?


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                Hold what?

                Looking at your signature, I think hold your breath.  I would go for a Polymerase Chain Reaction chart.  Or a Brownian total possible permutation chart.  Can you handle that?

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                  Fukushima Chain Reaction Chart, FCRC? Fish Mutation Chart, FMC?


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                    The following chart is not original.  It is in A+.  I tend to favor these charts instead of the long drawn out Matrix Walk charts that use a lot of expensive ink.  However the layout is similar and mildly psuedo-original.  Formatting should be custom to the player, and be determined by what colors they like and what skip strings they are looking for.  Very time consuming to make.  I have half made charts for other years. (I seem to always pick this up and put it down)  This is 2013, and I am picking it up again.

                    The key difference of this chart is that i gives a breakdown of the skips and the number of hits one could expect from a "hot" number in any given month from top to bottom.

                    At the bottom I should have printed blank boxes for August.  Since I didn't it get kind of sloppy at the bottom.  I have done September on separate graph paper, and I will update this chart and print out a new one soon.  Sorry its not more clear.  Its in tiny tiny font to get the maximum bang for space and ink.

                    You can see more or less clearly that numbers 14 and 15 were off the chain in February.  Almost every month there are several "outperforming numbers"

                    So now I have to "guess" the three or four numbers that will outperform this month and make sure to include them in my wheel as key numbers.

                    Also I am aware that there "might" be certain discrepancies in skips at the beginning of each year, but if the data is easily exportable into excel, then the minor discrepancies at the beginning of each year could be fixed manually.

                    Or figure out a way to enable the programming to decipher the skip anamolies that might arise as you break down the continuous skip strings into different yearly intervals.

                    Oh yeah this would easily apply to any Pick 3 as well.   (Combined of course)  I made one for 2012, but just dont have the time to do this all manually.  (Or maybe I do have the time but just not the desire.)  And I suppose Macros dont really cut it because there is no real automation when dealing with skips.  But I could be wrong.  Although there might have to be a tutorial on how to read this, (meaning what patterns to look for) if it was made available to players.  But maybe nobody wants to use it anyway.  They might have other methods they prefer.

                     

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                      Posted: October 4, 2013, 3:55 am - IP Logged

                      This chart would be correct.

                      This chart is reduced.

                      It can also be done with dates and days instead of skips.

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                        Posted: October 14, 2013, 12:56 pm - IP Logged

                        Year, month and digits with skips.

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                          Posted: October 26, 2013, 5:55 am - IP Logged

                          I finished my extended vtrac version 2. Pick 2 to pick 5, no problem!

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                            Posted: October 30, 2013, 6:03 am - IP Logged

                            Google Play has lot of freeware lottery statistical programs for android smarphones. Good bye Excel SheetSmash For Powerball I use android APP called "Ultimate Powerball statistics". 

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                              UPS:

                              Program possibilities:

                              • See the winning numbers right after they're announced
                              • Choose the numbers and look at their statistical probability
                              • See the prercise statistics of each number
                              • Number frequency table, hot&cold numbers
                              • Powerball frequency table, hot&cold numbers
                              • Sums of numbers without Powerball
                              • Sums of numbers with Powerball
                              • Even / Odd table
                              • Even / Odd table including Powerball
                              • Repeating numbers by drawings
                              • Most common pairs
                              • Most common Powerball pairs
                              • Triple table
                              • Consecutive numbers by drawings
                              • Consecutive PowerBall by drawings
                              • Consecutive numbers
                              • Possibility to save your favourite numbers and send them via e-mail.
                              • and much more ...

                              That is indeed alot and if it is for free you should get it. I wonder what the "and much more" means.