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LOTTERY STATISTIC ANAYLSER V6

 

Copyright Micracom 2013

 

Main Window Help Revision 2.0.0

 

 

Lottery Statistic Analyser Support Contents. 7

License Agreement. 5

Trial Version. 6

Purchasing LSA.. 6

System Requirements. 8

Language Support. 9

Install and Uninstall 10

Loading Draws in LSA.. 11

Instructions on loading a draw.. 11

Instructions on deleting a draw.. 11

Instructions on editing a draw.. 12

Update Draws Manually. 13

Live Update. 14

Updating a draw with live update. 14

LSA - Main Window.. 15

Analysis Selection Mode. 16

Buttons of the Main Window.. 17

Counts - Appearances Graph. 20

Graph Settings. 20

Counts - Mini Graph. 21

Counts - Distribution Graph. 22

Counts - Last Out Graph. 23

LSA Statistics: Hot Warm Cold Report. 23

Counts - Next Due Graph. 24

Predictions - LOWESS Graph. 26

Predictions - LOWESS ND Graph. 29

Trouble Shooting Guide. 32

How to Run LSA as an Administrator. 32

Running LSA when prompted under User Account Control 33

How do I add my own draw to LSA.. 34

False Claims. 48

Why use LSA?. 49

Copyrights ... 50

 

 

Counts - Next Due Graph

 

Next Due Graph (Ball 3)

Fig.17

 

LSA's Next Due graph shows you when a ball is likely to appear again. The bars represent how many draws before the ball is due to appear. Red bars are said to be hot and overdue, blue bars are not yet due. Each ball placement can be analysed by selecting the available ball from the ball filter, fig .17 shows ball position 3 is being analysed. The logic behind this graph and its corresponding report is to analysis recent draw history to reveal when statistically the number should materialize again.

 

This report can tell you information such as

 

Ball 3 appeared as the 2nd Ball 125 draws ago and over a 271 draw period appeared as the 2nd Ball 2 times.

o    271 / 2 = 135

o   135 - 125 = 10

 

Based on past draw history ball 3 should appear as the 2nd ball in 10 draws time As Interesting and mathematically accurate the count reports are, if you look at the entire draw, that's every possible combination, then these reports tend to lose their significance as a standalone predictions for future draws.

 

This is due to the very small sample sizes being analysed, just 271 draw combinations in this instance and the fact the reference used is the past draw history itself.

 

It does however allow the user to spot any localised trends of recent draws and can provide proof that a draw is following the global trend of the draw over time, if the draw is not following the global trend then it may well be fixed and could well be predicted very accurately.

 

Alone past draw history (moving data) is an inadequate indicator of future events. Much more sophisticated predictions that facilitate every possible combination can be found using LSA's prediction modes.

Predictions