Number distributions?

Number distributions?

Postby Hitman » Mon Apr 01, 2019 8:14 pm

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This table shows how many numbers are drawn from the last draw, on every draw, for Poland 20/80 multi.
You can read this table as follow:
As you can see the first row shows 00001000100010000 ---> Which means it has 17 numbers which are unique and not been drawn before in the last ONE draw. Just 3 numbers were already drawn before, just once (impossible to be more than once since you take only last ONE draw). Columns 0 and 1 shows what I already said 17 numbers zero times, 3 numbers 1 time.
And so on.
Next,
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This table shows how many times numbers were drawn in the last 3 draw before.
You can read this table as follow:
You cand see columns N1 to N20 for the corresponding numbers which are on the first row as follow:
0 0 2 1 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 2
For this one you can see on the column 0-1-2-3 the numbers: 8, 8, 4 and 0. This means that in this draw 8 numbers were drawn zero times before in the last 3 draws. 8 numbers were drawn just 1 time in the last 3 draws. 4 numbers were drawn 2 times in the last 3 draws and 0 numbers (none) were repeating on every draw in the last 3 draws.

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How can I find out this with Expert Lotto 5 ? It is easy with Excel but just for 1-2-3-5 or even 7 last draws before but it gets really hard for 30 or for 50 or for 100 last draws. How to do it with EL 5?

    1. How to create a complex filter to accept only draws which contains 2 to 3 numbers that appeared in the last 3 draws ?
    2. Second, how to know if it is the best to be 2 to 3 numbers that appeared in the last 3 draws instead of 3 to 5 numbers that appeared in the last 3 draws ? Or maybe 1 to 3 ? This is the purpose of this tables I shown above.
Any help, please?

Thank you very much in advance!
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Re: Number distributions?

Postby stan » Mon Apr 01, 2019 10:06 pm

Ad 1:
- select Statistical Filter
- choose 3 latest draws
- select Analyze: Ticket Numbers
- set condition Occurrence > 1
- Applies to 2 to 3 in each ticket

Ad 2:
- create a Complex Filter with two statistical filter, one for each set of conditions
- check performance of each statistical filter
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Re: Number distributions?

Postby Hitman » Thu Apr 04, 2019 9:48 pm

stan wrote:Ad 1:
- select Statistical Filter
- choose 3 latest draws
- select Analyze: Ticket Numbers
- set condition Occurrence > 1
- Applies to 2 to 3 in each ticket

Ad 2:
- create a Complex Filter with two statistical filter, one for each set of conditions
- check performance of each statistical filter

How to create a "between" interval rule ?
Let's say I want to create a complex filter to allow all draws which contains between 2 to 5 numbers which have been drawn between 0 to 1 in the last draw ?
I try to add occurrence 2 times like in the picture below but it fails to pass more draws in backtesting if I put even larger boundaries. How to do it?
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This one gives more draws to pass in backtest than the choice to put 0 and 1 to occurrence (same sign for both). Why is that since it should give to me more draws at backtesting because of larger interval boundaries instead of a fewer draws to pass ?
Thank you very much!
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Re: Number distributions?

Postby stan » Wed May 01, 2019 11:18 pm

With the settings above you are effectively selecting tickets that have 2 to 5 numbers from the latest draw.
If your strategy is based on the previous (latest) draw only you don't really need statistical filter for that, just use Match Winning Numbers filter.
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