Request for Newbie Guide to Wheel Generator.

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Request for Newbie Guide to Wheel Generator.

Post by laptopvaio » Sun Jun 01, 2014 11:35 pm

Hi,
Is there a newbie guide with examples, like how to import the US Megamillion csv file and use it to generate probable future numbers in the demo wheel generator please?

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Re: Request for Newbie Guide to Wheel Generator.

Post by lottoarchitect » Mon Jun 02, 2014 8:28 am

Hi laptopvaio, Wheel Generator does not utilize lotto histories or manage them somehow. The only function it contains that could use a history is the "History compare" filter. This filter expects only a text file where each line contains only the numbers of a draw (no dates/indexes etc). Thus, if you want to use your history in this filter, you have to export the drawn numbers from your excel file. To do so, highlight the column(s) containing the winning numbers, select copy, then open notepad and paste the copied data. Wheel Generator is quite flexible in understanding the numbers thus no specific format is required in this text file as long as individual numbers are recognizable in there.
and use it to generate probable future numbers in the demo wheel generator please
Wheel Generator does not produce probable future numbers based on a history. This is what GAT Engine does. The same applies to GAT as well, convert your csv to a text file (notepad) but this time also include the date column. In short, in GAT you have to define the lottery game through the wizard and then import it from the lottery management. No matter if you refer to Wheel Generator or GAT Engine, the file must contain data in simple text format.

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