Version for Android and Kindle - Requires OS v.4 and Up

  

  • For Advanced version of Lottery-Analyst !!!
  • Importing your favorite lottery should be your first step when starting this application.
  • We have provided some of the most popular lotteries. However, we are unable to include all of the world's lotteries.
  • Our application can work with any lotteries with minimal number 1 and maximal 99. 
  • Columns count from 1 to 9
  • Data files should be saved to your device storage working directory : Android/data/rov.giga/files/db
  • Example usa_mega_millions_6_75_1
  • File Name Name format:
    • Lottery Name = mega_millions
    • Region = usa
    • Total numbers of Columns = 6
    • Maximal Number = 75
    • Bonus column = 1. If you have no bonus columns this value must be "0".

The first value in each row is the Date - MONTH / DAY / YEAR. 12/31/2015 - December, 31, 2015

  • The next values are numbers. They must be sorted numerically. The last few number(s) - bonus column(s). 
  • The first row in this data file is your most recent game , and the last record is the first historical game.
You can create your new data file with any simple text editor.
Use computer. Use Microsoft Excel then export file as CSV file.

It is one time task, after that, e-mail this new data file to yourself and save it to 
Android/data/rov.giga/files/db

Any new games could be added using View Edit Past Results

Here You can Add or Delete games results.

Final advise - try to take any imported, existing file , look what is file structure, try to modify, save and verify that it works.






  • Application has a scrollable up/down menu 
  • Each Icon has :
    • Label
    • Description
    • Red text
    • Blue Text
  • Let's look at this example - how to read the values:
    • Digits Sum - this is a Filter name
      • sum of all digits in one game
    • P [Blue] 23% - the P is probability for Blue numbers and it is 23%
      • Positive and Negative values for P - this is not the standard definition of probability. We wanted to provide a clear distinction between likely and unlikely choices. (positive = likely, negative = unlikely) 
    • 35 36 25 23 32 28 - Red numbers are bellow the bell curve
    • 33 26 27 29 30 37 34 31 24 - Blue numbers are above the bell curve
  • Red and Blue number lines are sorted by Probability (most probable to least).
  • Red number 35 has more chances than 28
  • When the application starts for the first time you will see only icons with labels. 
  • You will need to click the Load to open your lottery
Analytics: 
Why do we need it? 
  • We are widely using this term: Analyzed History Period or how many most recent games should be analyzed.
  • Is it 1 week, 1 month or just 24 past games? 
  • How to get the right value? 
  • The application calculates this parameter and makes charts.
  • will be calculated two values - one for Blue, one for Red numbers
  • You can enter this values in Settings and choose Strategy. If playing on Red - pick red value.

How to read the Analytics chart? 
  • This chart has two groups of lines:
    • Light Red and Dark Red - use it to play on Red numbers
    • Light Blue and Dark Blue - use it to play on Blue numbers
    • Os X - count of analyzed games, Os Y - count of winning balls
  • Let's take an example: You are playing on Red Number and you want to find out how many most recent games should be analyzed. Look at the light red line - it is above the light blue line, because red numbers comes most often than blue. Try to find the max distance between light and dark red lines. In our case it is 16. It means that probability to see the red winning numbers is high if you analyze the last 16 games.
  • If you are going to play on Blue numbers, this chart suggests you to use value 9.
 

Statistics.
We generate a bell curve for each column. For example, in Mega Millions we have five main columns for five numbers plus one bonus column. We will only generate a bell curve for the first five numbers. 
  • Orange - historical data
  • Green - theoretical predictions.
The bell curve shape is predicted by the Central Limit Theorem. As you can see our theoretical predications are very close to the real data. 
The y-axis tells you how many times each number appeared in the lottery in the past.
The red and blue dots will tell you how many times that number was chosen in recent history. 
All the red dots are below the curve and the blue ones above.
We predict that the red dots are more likely to appear in the next game than the blue because that would bring them closer to the bell curve. 
 


Sum of All Balls
  • The Y-axis tells you how many times each number appeared in the lottery in the past.
  • the X-axis - numbers from 1 to max game number
  • The yellow colored balls show the numbers from the last game
  • The yellow line is an average.
  • The numbers bellow average colored as red, above or close to average as blue.







Numbers Statistics


calculated from Sum of All Balls shows :
  • P is probability of each number
    • Positive P is for Red numbers
    • Negative P for Blue numbers
  • Light Red color is used for numbers close to statistical bell curve
  • White color is used for numbers from the last game.

 
 
Application Settings
  • Recent Period  - How many most recent games should be used for statistical analysis
  • Generate Only - is settings for Generator
    • Red Numbers - only use numbers below the bell curve.
    • Blue Numbers - only use numbers above the bell curve.
    • Mixed - does not exclude any numbers
  • Red Numbers are used by default. We recommend that you use the Red Numbers filter because Central Limit Theorem predicts that these numbers are more likely that the blue. 

 

This screen helps you to get the most expected Pairs of Numbers.
For example: selecting number "6" in the first column (Ball#1) you will see the highlighted recommended numbers in the next (Ball#2) column. It will be "8"....
Selection of "8" will give you "13"...
Selection of "13" will give you "23"..., etc.

You can scroll left/right each set of "Ball#" to see the full list of numbers .
Numbers for each column are sorted by P.
The highest P on the left, the less expected numbers will be on the right.




 

  • Be patient. 
  • Keep positive. 
  • Good luck!






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