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Posted: October 19, 2004, 7:26 pm - IP Logged

 

    I seem to recall seeing a reference to a site where all past lotto results are listed.

    Would some body please direct me to this site.

    Bertil

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      Posted: October 19, 2004, 10:01 pm - IP Logged

      Excuse me, but why are you advertising some other Web site, when that information is right here on Lottery Post ?!?!?

      Just click Lottery Results on the left side of the page, then click your state, and click the game you want the results for.

      Come on guys, please support this site!

       

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        Posted: October 19, 2004, 10:19 pm - IP Logged

        this site is the best site to get all the info you need,that guy was asking about other sites.i should've told him don't worry about other sites everything you need is at this site.from now on if anybody asks for anything i'll do my best to direct them to where it is on this site...i didn't even think until a couple minutes later that even though he was asking about other sites i should've realized that he could've found it here.my apologies.......

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          Posted: October 19, 2004, 10:43 pm - IP Logged
          Quote: Originally posted by Todd on October 19, 2004



          Excuse me, but why are you advertising some other Web site, when that information is right here on Lottery Post ?!?!?

          Just click Lottery Results on the left side of the page, then click your state, and click the game you want the results for.

          Come on guys, please support this site!





                    I should have been more specific. I'm loking for tabulations of at least one and 

                    better a few years of drawings for the NY lotto, 6/29, so I would be able to 

                    copy the data to a spread sheet and then perform analysis by computer.

                    Bertil
                   

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            Posted: October 19, 2004, 10:54 pm - IP Logged

            Well, when I go to the New York Lottery Results page, and click on NY Lotto I can get 14 pages of results that go all the way back to Sat, Nov 4, 2000.  That would be four years.  Is that not enough?

            And I can do that for any game from any state.  I can even do that for any lottery game in Canada and the United Kingdom.

            Why go anywhere else?

             

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              this is the best lottery site i've been to and i've learned a lot in the week i've been here.this site is way better than any other one i've been to and i've been to a lot of 'em.i appreciate all the stuff you can get to on here and it makes it a lot easier......

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                  Posted: October 20, 2004, 6:39 pm - IP Logged
                  Quote: Originally posted by Todd on October 19, 2004



                  Well, when I go to the New York Lottery Results page, and click on NY Lotto I can get 14 pages of results that go all the way back to Sat, Nov 4, 2000.  That would be four years.  Is that not enough?

                  And I can do that for any game from any state.  I can even do that for any lottery game in Canada and the United Kingdom.

                  Why go anywhere else?

                   

                  Thank you for info, but the problem is that when I copy the NY data to a spread sheet, it is displayed with a blanc line between each data line. This can be removed only manually which would require a lott of time for hundreds of data.

                  So I went to the Florida compilation and it allows me to computer analyze the data. I can now report that the mean std.dev. for the sets of six numbers is 15.0 and the mean sum was 161.56 vs 162  in theory with a std.dev. of 34.8 vs 35.6. There were about 400 draws.

                  Bertil 




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                    Posted: October 20, 2004, 7:26 pm - IP Logged

                    Bertil,

                    I just tried a copy & paste into Excel, and it worked fine for me.  There were no blank rows, although the row height was a little strange, but that is only cosmetic and can be easily avoided by using the Paste Special command.

                    Also, once you paste into Excel you can easily break out each number into its own column by using the Text to Columns command in the Data menu.

                    Excel is such an incredible and flexible tool, that it really pays to learn all about it.  I would recommend getting a good book.  (Click Here for a good list of Excel books.)  If you can imagine doing something with text and/or numbers, you can usually find a way to do it in Excel.

                     

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                      Posted: October 20, 2004, 7:49 pm - IP Logged

                      Thanks Todd you just made my day. I've been asking a few friends in my neighborhood if they knew how to work excel. Not to many of my blue color buddies has a clue as what or how to use excel. I've been teaching myself and have a limited knowledge. I need to get excel98 for dummies. Actually I've built some interesting spread sheets but need to learn how to use the filters and formulas features.   

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                        Posted: October 20, 2004, 9:55 pm - IP Logged
                        Quote: Originally posted by Todd on October 20, 2004



                        Bertil,

                        I just tried a copy & paste into Excel, and it worked fine for me.  There were no blank rows, although the row height was a little strange, but that is only cosmetic and can be easily avoided by using the Paste Special command.

                        Also, once you paste into Excel you can easily break out each number into its own column by using the Text to Columns command in the Data menu.

                        Excel is such an incredible and flexible tool, that it really pays to learn all about it.  I would recommend getting a good book.  (Click Here for a good list of Excel books.)  If you can imagine doing something with text and/or numbers, you can usually find a way to do it in Excel.

                        I'm trying to verify a new formula for the variance of the six numbers in each draw of the NY lotto. I predict it will be 265 as a mean if at least 1000 drawings are tested. Unless I'm mistaken you could use the Excel to do the calculation and get the mean.

                        Bertil




                                 
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                          Posted: October 20, 2004, 10:43 pm - IP Logged

                          Bertil,

                          It would be a good idea when you quote previous text to put your new text under the bottom line.  It is very difficult to see where the old quoted text ends and where your new text starts.

                          For example, see how I have a sample quote here, followed by sample new text:

                           



                          Quote: Originally posted by Someone on October 20, 2004






                          Sample text quoted from someone else.







                          This is my new text (my new message).

                           

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