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Nearly one year of using freeware data mining software for use in predictions

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Posted: November 4, 2015, 5:22 pm - IP Logged

Google "freeware data mining software".

You will find a plethora of tools to visualize your favorite games past numbers.

I have been analyzing games (especially MM and PB) with these types of software for a little more than a year now.

None of these software have made me rich LOL.

Sigh.

Random, why are you so random?

At least I found a use for some of these tools in my day job.  Win!

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    Posted: November 4, 2015, 7:48 pm - IP Logged

    Google "freeware data mining software".

    You will find a plethora of tools to visualize your favorite games past numbers.

    I have been analyzing games (especially MM and PB) with these types of software for a little more than a year now.

    None of these software have made me rich LOL.

    Sigh.

    Random, why are you so random?

    At least I found a use for some of these tools in my day job.  Win!

    What is data mining software used for ?? What kind of data are you mining for ???

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      Posted: November 5, 2015, 1:08 pm - IP Logged

      What is data mining software used for ?? What kind of data are you mining for ???

      I'll let you look that up for yourself as it is an expansive subject.  I was mining for discernible patterns in past numbers.  Never found one.  All the output was just as random as the input, which is as it should be.  Had I found a pattern, you'd already know me as the "World's luckiest man has hit the lotto 6 times this year alone!"  Or some other crazy headline like that.

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        Posted: November 6, 2015, 1:02 pm - IP Logged

        I'd have to agree with you on this.

        I've also have been playing with data mining software, and can't seem to find good results for patterns in chaos. I will tell you however, that there is a better chance of finding patterns visually just by looking at custom reports and creating your own set of numbers, than a neural network giving you a good set of values to play.

        But hey, aren't you currently working with a project you mentioned in Ansys? You may have a better chance to perform calculations with that than anything else. You should at least upload a Youtube video of it in action. I'm eager to see it :-p

        "Let's not forget that Google not so long ago were able to output Gorgeous images with the help of neural networks by using millions of images(chaos). To my eyes, the results were precious" So how about having a neural network not only trying to find patterns in numbers, but also one whom knows exact calculations of machine speeds, ball orders, etc??? In my subjective opinion, the results would be Amazing.

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          Posted: November 6, 2015, 1:38 pm - IP Logged

          Google "freeware data mining software".

          You will find a plethora of tools to visualize your favorite games past numbers.

          I have been analyzing games (especially MM and PB) with these types of software for a little more than a year now.

          None of these software have made me rich LOL.

          Sigh.

          Random, why are you so random?

          At least I found a use for some of these tools in my day job.  Win!

          Can you give us a list of the ones that you have been using.  I am not very literate on these types of things.  I have been using a blindfold and darts to pick my numbers. 

           

           

           

          Crazy

           

           

           

           

          Okay, that's not what I've been using, but I'd bet my chances would improve over what I'm doing now.

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            Posted: November 6, 2015, 5:29 pm - IP Logged

            Google "freeware data mining software".

            You will find a plethora of tools to visualize your favorite games past numbers.

            I have been analyzing games (especially MM and PB) with these types of software for a little more than a year now.

            None of these software have made me rich LOL.

            Sigh.

            Random, why are you so random?

            At least I found a use for some of these tools in my day job.  Win!

            Mining data is just the beginning, you have to process that data for the good stuff and then design a program or system to use that good stuff to generate combinations to play.  Even then there will be more combinations generated than you are going to want to play, but if the winning combination could have been generated within the parameters your data suggest or was generated and you didn't play it then you'll know you're on to something.

            You can't predict random but within a fixed matrix, random can only go so far, you just have to be waiting for it where it goes.

             * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
               
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              Posted: November 7, 2015, 2:19 pm - IP Logged

              Can you keep track of numbers with this? Im so missing the last drawn out numbers for pick 3 that us lotteries had up. That mixed with the calendar are your best tools for pick 3 and pick 4.

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                Posted: November 10, 2015, 11:08 am - IP Logged

                I just installed lotto anaylzing software yesterday.  Keeping track of wisconsin supercash

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                  Posted: November 10, 2015, 12:51 pm - IP Logged

                  I just installed lotto anaylzing software yesterday.  Keeping track of wisconsin supercash

                  What software did you pick, I havent heard good things about the software. I dont want any bugs ...TIA