magayo Lotto Software Documentation

Analyze & Recommend

magayo Lotto can intelligently recommend you a smaller pool of balls to play and the filters to use based on the identified trends and patterns.

With a smaller pool of balls to play, your odds of winning will be improved. By applying the right filters, you can further narrow your play and increase your chances of getting the right winning combination in your ticket!

Various statistics are also available in both tabular and graphical formats for those who may like to analyze the game. To help you with your ease of analysis, trends and patterns identified by magayo Lotto are also presented and highlighted.

Click the "Analyze & Recommend" button in the main magayo Lotto window to go to the Analyze & Recommend window.

How It Works

In any lottery game, there are trends that you can identify to help you improve your chances of winning. These trends vary for different games and it will also vary over time for the same game.

To look for trends, you will need to identify the minimum and maximum thresholds for a fixed time bucket, or number of draws, over a period of time by iterating into the history of the game.

The minimum threshold is the most frequent lowest occurrence while the maximum threshold is the most frequent highest occurrence.

Any balls below the minimum threshold are likely to be drawn in the coming draws while any balls above the maximum threshold are unlikely to be drawn in the next draw,

magayo Lotto will recommend to you the optimal time bucket to use in the analysis. This time bucket varies for different games depending on the ball range and number of balls drawn in each draw. magayo Lotto will then iterate into the history of the game to look for the trends. In each iteration, magayo Lotto will identify the minimum and maximum thresholds based on the defined time bucket.

Identifying trends in lottery analysis

For example, if the time bucket is set at 10 draws, magayo Lotto will look at the statistics based on 10 draws in each iteration, starting from the most recent draw to 10 draws ago. In the next iteration, magayo Lotto will look at the next 10 draws in the past.

Hence, it is important to note that if the time bucket is 10 draws, it does not imply that magayo Lotto only uses the last 10 draws in the analysis because magayo Lotto will iterate many times into the history of the game.

The defined time bucket is used in the Short Term analysis. The Medium Term analysis uses twice the number of draws in the Short Term analysis and the Long Term analysis uses twice the number of draws in the Medium Term analysis.

For example, if the time bucket is set at 10 draws, the Short Terms analysis uses 10 draws as the time bucket, the Medium Term analysis uses 20 draws as the time bucket and the Long Term analysis uses 40 draws as the time bucket.

Besides looking for the thresholds, magayo Lotto will also analyze the patterns in the different statistics to identify the maximum lapse and maximum consecutive draws.

The maximum lapse is the most frequent longest number of draws since the same ball is drawn again while the maximum consecutive draws is the most frequent successive draws in which the same ball is drawn.

Any balls with lapse above the maximum lapse are likely to be drawn in the coming draws while balls above the maximum consecutive draws are unlikely to be drawn in the next draw.

Analysis Parameters

This function allows you to define the parameters to be used in the analysis. Configuring the parameters is only possible in the Pro Edition.

We recommend that you use the default parameters as these values are automatically set by magayo Lotto based on the rules of each game and the number of draws in the database.

Under the "Parameters" tab, select the number of draws to be used as the time bucket in the Short Term analysis.

The recommended time bucket is set as the default value. If there are insufficient draw results in the database, a constrained time bucket will be used as there are not enough historical draws for magayo Lotto to iterate and identify the trends.

The time bucket is set to "10" in the Free Version.

As explained in the earlier section, if the time bucket is 10 draws, it does not imply that magayo Lotto only uses the last 10 draws in the analysis because magayo Lotto will iterate many times into the history of the game.

As the time bucket is dependent on the ball range and number of balls drawn, the time bucket used for analyzing the Main Balls and the time bucket for the Bonus Balls may be different. Typically, the time bucket for the Bonus Balls is much longer in most games.

You can also select the number of balls to be used in each group for analyzing groups of Main Balls and Bonus Balls. The recommended grouping is shown and also selected as the default.

You can further select the date for the analysis to end if you would like to test the analysis and then compare your analysis against the actual drawn numbers. The default date is the current date. This implies that the analysis will end on the most recent draw in the database.

By changing the analysis end date to be earlier than an existing draw in the database, you can test and compare the results of the analysis against the actual numbers drawn in the very next draw after the analysis end date.

For games with the same set of Main Balls and Bonus Balls, you can select the "Analyze Main and Bonus Balls together" checkbox. If this checkbox is not selected, magayo Lotto will only analyze the Main Balls drawn.

If you would like magayo Lotto to recommend less balls, you can select the "Recommend less balls" checkbox.

Click the "Analyze" button to proceed with the analysis.

Should you need to change the parameters and analyze again, it is necessary to exit from the "Analyze & Recommend" window first. This is a conscious design as we do not encourage you to continuously analyze using different parameters. By doing so, you will likely be overwhelmed by all the data, become confused and have difficulty deciding on which balls to include in, or eliminate from, your pool of play.

We recommend that you decide on your parameters first, analyze once and then proceed to play your selected pool of balls.

Once the analysis is completed, you can view the analysis under the different tabs.

Select Balls to View

This parameter under the "Parameters" tab allows you to view the analysis for the Main Balls or the Bonus balls and it is only enabled after the analysis by magayo Lotto is completed.

Analysis for the Bonus Balls is only available if there are Bonus Balls in the game and they are not the same set as the Main Balls.

Select Analysis to View

This parameter under the "Parameters" tab allows you to view the different analysis and it is only enabled after the analysis by magayo Lotto is completed.

The different analysis are as follows:

Ball Frequency
Shows the number of times each ball is drawn.

Group Frequency
Shows the number of times each group of balls is drawn. The number of balls in each group is based on the Main Balls Grouping and Bonus Balls Grouping parameters.
For example, if the ball range is 1 to 45 and the ball grouping is 5 balls, the first group will comprise balls "01", "02", "03", "04" and "05", the second group will be balls "06", "07", "08", "09" and "10" and so on.

Last Digit Frequency
Shows the number of times drawn based on the last digit of each ball.
For example, the last digit is "9" for the ball "39".

Lapse Frequency
Displays the number of times drawn for balls in each lapse interval. Lapse is defined as the number of draws since the same ball is drawn again.
For example, a lapse of 0 implies that the ball was drawn in the most recent draw.

Odd Even Frequency
Shows the number of times drawn for each combination of odd and even balls drawn in a draw. This analysis allows you to decide on the filters to use.

Low High Frequency
Shows the number of times drawn for each combination of low and high balls drawn in a draw. This analysis allows you to decide on the filters to use. Low numbers are those in the lower half of the ball range while high numbers are those in the upper half.
For example, with a ball range of 1 to 25, Low numbers will be from 1 to 12 while High numbers are from 13 to 25.

Root Sum Frequency
Shows number of occurrences for each root sum of the main balls drawn. This analysis allows you to decide on the filters to use and it is only available for the Main Balls. Root sum, or digital root, is the single digit value from 1 to 9 obtained by repeatedly summing the balls drawn until a single-digit number is reached.
For example, if the draw result is "06 19 20 35 50", the sum = 6+9+20+35+50 = 130 and the root sum = 1+3+0 = 4.

Sum Frequency
Reflects the number of occurrences based on the sum of the main balls drawn. This analysis allows you to decide on the filters to use and it is only available for the Main Balls.

Consecutive Balls Frequency
Shows the number of times drawn for any set of 2 consecutive numbers in a draw. This analysis allows you to decide on the filters to use.

In each analysis, you can click the "Export Statistics" button to export the analysis to a CSV (comma-separated) file. You can open the CSV file using Excel or any text editor.

Select Period to View

This parameter under the "Parameters" tab allows you to view the Short Term analysis, Medium Term analysis or the Long Term analysis. It is only enabled after the analysis by magayo Lotto is completed.

Recommended Balls

Based on the selected parameters, magayo Lotto will analyze every statistics, eliminate those balls that are unlikely to be drawn in the next draw and recommend you a smaller pool of balls to play. The recommended balls are shown in Red under the "Recommended Balls" tab.

The accuracy of the recommendation is dependent on the number of draws in the database as well as any changing trends and patterns.

The original odds of winning, the reduced odds based on the recommended balls as well as the improvement in the chances of winning are also calculated and shown.

The odds are not calculated if the number of Main Balls drawn is more than 12 as this can be a very huge number.

The recommended balls are automatically set us the pool of balls to play under the "Select Main Balls" and "Select Bonus Balls" tabs.

We recommend that you leverage the recommended balls as your starting point in selecting the balls to play.

Statistics

The "Statistics" tab shows you the detailed analysis in a tabular format.

The first column in the table shows the statistics which can be the ball, groups of balls, the last digit of the ball, odd and even combinations, low and high combinations or consecutive balls, depending on the analysis that you have selected to view.

The second column "ST Min" shows you the minimum threshold identified in the Short Term (ST) time period.

The third column "ST Freq" shows you the frequency or occurrences in the Short Term period. Any data at or below the minimum threshold are highlighted. Data that are at or above the maximum threshold are also highlighted with a different color. You can personalize these colors in the Settings function in the Pro Edition.

The next column "ST Max" shows you the maximum threshold identified in the Short Term time analysis.

The rest of the columns essentially shows the same information for the Medium Term (MT) and Long Term (LT) period.

You can click on any column header to sort the statistics in ascending or descending order based on the column that you have clicked.

Chart

The "Chart" tab presents the statistics for each analysis and selected time period in a graphical chart.

Pattern

The "Pattern" tab shows the pattern for each analysis through the Long Term horizon.

The maximum consecutive draws and the maximum lapse identified in the Short Term horizon are also shown at the bottom of the window. The Short Term period is used for identifying the maximum consecutive draws and the maximum lapse because patterns usually change continuously over time.

Current Lapse

The "Current Lapse" tab shows the current lapse for each ball, which is the number of draws passed since the ball is drawn.

For example, a lapse of 0 implies that the ball was drawn in the most recent draw while a lapse of 1 means that the ball was drawn in the previous draw.

You can click on the column header to sort the statistics in ascending or descending order based on the column that you have clicked.

Select Main Balls & Select Bonus Balls

The "Select Main Balls" and the "Select Bonus Balls" tabs allow you to select or de-select any ball from your pool of play.

The pool of balls to play are automatically defaulted to the recommended balls. Selected balls to play are highlighted in Red. You can click on any ball to toggle the selection.

The "Select All" button allows you to select all balls while the "Clear All" button will de-select all balls.

The "Select Bonus Balls" tab is not shown if there are no bonus balls in the game or if the bonus balls are the same set as the main balls.

Filters

The "Filters" tab allows you to select the filters to use when generating the tickets based on your selected balls.

Filters are extremely useful in helping you generate tickets with the right combinations to further improve your chances of winning.

The use of filters is disabled in the Free Version.

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