LOTTERY STATISTIC ANAYLSER V6
Copyright Micracom 2013
LSA Help Revision 2.0.0
Controls of the Main Window
Across the bottom of the main window is a set of buttons that allow easy access to variousfeatures.
Report Type Menu (Selected above with LOWESS in the box)
Shown below are the options available (Analysis Type / Report Type Menu)
Counts / Appearances
Counts / Last Out
Counts / Next Due
Predictions / LOWESS
LOWESS = locally weighted scatter plot smoothing.
See Wikipedia for a fully descriptive and interesting read on LOWESS
Ball Placement Dropdown List.
The dropdown list of the main window allows you to focus in on just one ball Placement
The term Ball Placement will be referred to repeatable so for the purposes of this webpage Ball Placement simple means if you numerically sorted the numbers that came out in a draw, the lowest would have a Ball Placement 1 the second lowest would be ball placement 2 and so on. The ball placement menu changes depending on the draw you have loaded.
You can select ball placement Ball 1, Ball 2, Ball 3 and so on plus you can also select any bonus ball the draw may have. A regression is preformed individually on each selected ball placement giving much more control over the prediction rather than performing a regression on all the numbers drawn.
Main Windows Graph
The graphs in LSA are interactive, by moving the mouse over many of the graphs statistical information can be seen below the graph. Also if you hover the mouse over a ball on the graphs a tooltip will appear in most cases.
LSA has the ability to display bar graphs and line graphs depending on your preferences. Use the drop down list (marked 5 on image map on page 1) to select Show Graph Settings allowing you to change between bar and line graphs.
Main Window Tab Bar
Graph Settings / Search
Draws and Information
Lottery Statistic Analyser© is a copyright protected work with a number of copyrights and additional copyrights pending. Also the intellectual property (IP) of this work is owned and has been owned by Jamie Pocock since 1989 and as such falls under the Copyright, designs and patents Act of 1988 recognized in many international agreements including the Berne Convention (World Intellectual Property Organisation).