|Posted: November 10, 2003, 5:56 pm - IP Logged|
Digit Position and Sum Charts to the left
Charts that show how long digits have been out in each position, also has sums. When a sum hits, I just slide the number of skips it took and slide it to the right. Then place a 1 in sum space that hit and start again..
Numbers that came the next drawing. First thing I do is go up and down the first column( first digit column) and see what hasn't hit. If any number hasn't hit in column, write it down. Then do do that to second digit position column, and then the third. Then I look at other stuff I do and see if they are good candidates for that position. Also I go down 6 numbers from the top and draw line. If I like a number in a certain position, I will pivot from it and ttt. Any where above the line, will dip down below line a couple of numbers sometimes. Then go down the columns to the digit that I think is going to hit. Everytime I see that digit in that column, I ttt from it. They way that I came about doing that is after the number would hit, I would see how it fits in the puzzle. You can see how the 654 fits in the list above, and on other sheets that I have posted. Also, I have noticed that if it is about double, you can pick out the doubles and see which ones hit and see how they work off each other. Usually the same numbers double. Just have to keep track of them. That is how I look at number list, how about y'all?
Even and Odd list( O's and E's)
Just thought it would make it easier to see patterns, zig zags and what not, all evens and odds. Numbers to right of even/odd chart are the actual numbers from that drawing.
Just trying to get a lot of stats on one sheet of paper. It doesn't work, you work it. I hopes this explained what you wanted to know.