I'm not sure why I can not open the file as below:
This file is meant to be opened from GAT only. Open GAT, close down any automatically opened lottery and at the Functions menu, select import and select the file.
I'm not sure why I can not input the next new drawing number into my database for backtests.
My operations are as below:
1) Click the item of "lottery" in the top left corner;
2) Open the window of "Lottery Draws History Management";
3) Click the bar of "Import" in the bottom middle;
4) Open the browser of "Drawing history File" and select the new drawing text file;
But the information (please see the picture as below) always appeared on the screen, then it's still nothing after clicking "OK". How can I do that next?
Does your file contain only one draw? Have you added the new draw in the file? The import wizard displays only draws that have not been added to the history yet. If you indeed just appended the new draw to your existing text history (thus you have several draws in there for the AI to be effective), can you recall if during the initial import to populate the history, the AI properly figured out the data structure, or did you have to manually set the parameters? Either way, send me the text file to inspect it. Also, any draw line in the text file that is not consistent with most draws are automatically discarded. Perhaps you have entered the draw differently compared to all the other lines in the file?
Still not sure where is the area of MIDDLE columns you meant. According to your speech above :"Not the 1-hit nor the maximum hit column." the MIDDLE columns should be in the rest columns: 2-76, 3-74, and 4-15. If so, we have to select 57 x 3=171 GATs one by one. The job is terrible to a daily game!!! It's equal to select it from the all GATs almost!!! What is the advantage of selecting the MIDDLE COLUMNS???
Honestly, I have answered all that in detail at the previous posts. Read it again
To keep it simple, pick any GAT and keep using it with Run Factor. Don't bother with graphs.
IMHO, The explanations about the red graph or regularity of hits in the Help File and your Posts still are fuzzy and abstract! Could you explain it by using some examples with some pictures in detail? The best way should be to use some videos.
There is nothing more to explain on regularity of hits. If you see the graph hitting the desired hit all over its test range, it has good regularity. That' all. Again, if you feel baffled on this, use GAT in its simplest manner: pick any GAT displayed at the panorama and keep using it with Run Factor; don't mess with the graphs or regularity etc.
What is the pattern of cold cycle in the Red Graph? Could you explain it by using some examples with some pictures in detail? The best way should be to use some videos.Thanks!!!
Cold cycle is the opposite of regularity of hits. If we don't have regularity of hits, we have a cold cycle. For the same reason as above, use GAT in its simplest form.
If so, we can not get the Compare Numbers for a real play forever. The reason is very simple that our goal just is to predict the next real draw numbers. We don't
need to use any program including your GAT if we can get that:must have the next real draw numbers . Also, it's pointless totally to design the setting of Compare Numbers in the window of Predicted Number except for a backtest. Isn't it?
Compare numbers function is a back testing mechanism. It helps you to visually check quickly the GATs that could provide the winning numbers in an attempt to improve your GAT selection. It is not needed or used to predict numbers. In order to backtest something however, you need to know the real draw you attempt to predict. If you don't backtest an approach, no need to use compare numbers.