Trend Predictor filter is based on automated pattern matching predictions. The filter first predicts the trend (increase/decrease/level) of selected statistical properties. Then it calculates the statistics of filtered tickets and compares them with the statistics of the latest selected draw. The filter accepts a ticket if its statistical properties match the predicted trend.
There are two tabs in the filter window. Properties tab lists all available statistical properties the filter can predict. Tick the properties you wish to include in your filter condition. You can even select multiple properties and then tick/untick them with a single click. Prediction Settings tab contains controls to adjust prediction preferences, read more here.
The latest draw in Expert Lotto 6/49 Demo lottery is:
2010/28, Sun 2nd, 23-29-36-42-44-47-
Its ratio of odd numbers to even numbers is 3:3 and the ratio of low numbers to high numbers is 1:5. Click menu Winning Numbers - Predictions to predict the next values of these statistical properties. In Predictions window choose 50 latest draws for prediction input, adjust prediction options as on the picture below and press Finish button.
When prediction process is finished, you will see in Winning Numbers Properties window that the predicted trend of Odd/Even statistics is decrease. That means the next draw is expected to produce either 2:4 or 1:5 or 0:6 ratios of odd/even numbers. The prediction for Low/High statistics shows level trend, so the same 1:5 ratio of low/high numbers should be expected in the next draw.
Now we will use Trend Predictor filter to find tickets that match the predicted trends:
All the tickets left in the Package match the predicted trends. Their ratio of low/high numbers is 1:5 and their ratio of odd/even numbers is either 0:6 or 1:5 or 2:4 or 3:3.
If you choose At least 1 to 2 predictions must match then there will be 9 503 516 tickets left after filtering. Their ratio of low/high numbers is 1:5 or their ratio of odd/even numbers is either 0:6 or 1:5 or 2:4 or 3:3.
Note: Even when the predicted trend is increase, the filter also accepts tickets that produce the same statistical value, not just tickets with higher statistical values. Likewise, when the predicted trend is decrease, the filter also accepts tickets that produce the same statistical value, not just tickets with lower statistical values. This is to relax the filtering conditions a bit and to err on the safe side.
You can combine as many statistical properties in the Trend Predictor filter as you want. However keep in mind that some trend predictions may be either contradictory or impossible to match and the filter may reject all tickets. For example if the latest winning numbers are 1-2-3-4-5-6 and trend prediction for the first ticket number is decrease then naturally no ticket can match this condition. There is no pool number lower than 1.
When the latest winning numbers are for example 10-11-12-13-14-15 and the predicted trend for the first ticket number is increase and the trend of the second number is decrease then the predictions are contradictory. Ticket numbers are sorted in ascending order so it is not possible to have the first ticket number greater than 10 and the second number lower than 11.
Note: If it is not possible to make valid prediction for a given statistical property then all filtered tickets are considered as matching the trend prediction of that property.