Automatic Analysis

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Lottery games automatic analysis options of Visual Lottery Analyser  can be set by using this window.
These options affects the behaviour of One Step Analysis, Prediction, Automatic Analysis features.

 

Automatic Analysis- General options


 

 

Numbers range to analyze

Here you can specify how many past lottery numbers (drawings) you want to analyze.

By default program analyzes 100 drawings from position 1 (the latest drawing) to 100 past drawings

This is recommended setting. You can use any range you wish but not that the longer the range the more time it takes.

Our study shows that 100 past drawings is just about enough, longer range will not improve the results.

 

Tickets Quantity

Enter here how many tickets you want to create when using One Step Analysis feature

 

Keno Spot

When you are using One Step Analysis with a Keno game here you can choose or enter how many numbers (spots) you want to use to create tickets (from 1 to 20)

 

Pick Wager

When you are using One Step Analysis with a Pick game here you can choose the Pick game wager type

You can choose it from drop down list.

The tickets will be created exactly accordingly to the selected wager if possible.

 

See the Games Wagers & Prize Levels topic for more information.

 

Behaviour - One Step Analysis post execution options


 
Automatically update lottery numbers

If selected then program can download and update the latest drawings from our server automatically.
If not selected then tickets will be created from current numbers

 

Show window with tickets

If selected then after the One Step Analysis finish working you can see the created tickets on a tickets window.

If not selected then window will not be shown

 

Automatically save tickets

If selected then after the One Step Analysis finish working you can have the tickets saved automatically to your tickets database so you can manage them later?

If not selected then ticket will not be saved so you have to select other options to use them

 

Automatically print tickets

If selected then after the One Step Analysis finish working you can have  created tickets printed directly to your default printer

 

Send SMS with tickets

If selected then after the One Step Analysis finish working you can send those tickets to your phone as SMS
Additional options are required to set to have it working, see the Email Setup section below

 

Send one SMS only

If selected then after the One Step Analysis finish working and you opted to have ticked send as SMS you can select here to have only one SMS send

So, only those tickets will be send that its total text length will fit into one standard SMS, otherwise you may receive multiple SMS's or one bigger SMS combined.

That depends on your service provider.

 

Sending SMS from within our software is free but your service provider will charge you for every SMS sent anyway,
Check out with your cell phone provider what plan do you have and how much it cost.

 

Send email with tickets

If selected then after the One Step Analysis finish working you can send those tickets to an email address
Additional options are required to set to have it working, see the Email Setup section below

 

Email Setup - Options used for tickets emailing and SMS


Unfortunately we cannot help you with these required settings and set them up automatically for you.

When sending SMS basically you are sending an email to your cell phone. Here you can give your regular email properties that the software will use to send emails and SMS
 

Cell Phone Number
The cell phone’s email address is the phone number @ the domain from your service provider.
Phone number in format (area code or pin + phone number - no dashes)
Service provider for example, for AT&T or Cingular it is cingularme.com or txt.att.net
So you need enter for example 6301112222@txt.att.net
See the list of phone carriers with information how to set up email to cell phone

 

Email Address
Your regular email address that will be used to send SMS

 
Email Password
Your regular email address password
 
Email Address
Your regular email address that will be used to send SMS
 
Host Name
The name of your outgoing mail server (SMPT) from your regular email account
You can find it out by reviewing your email account in Outlook or other email client software you use

 
Host Port
The outgoing mail server port number. Usually it is 25.
Also you can find it out by reviewing your email account in Outlook or other email client software you use