﻿ General Numbers Types
 General Numbers Types

Visual Lottery Analyser uses 7 general types of numbers to perform analysis on them:

 • All - all numbers in general.
 • Contact - numbers that have been drawn within a contact field only.
 • Outside - numbers that have been drawn outside a contact field only.
 • Hot -  numbers that only have been drawn from a group of numbers considered as Hot numbers.
 • Cold - numbers that only have been drawn from a group of numbers considered as Cold numbers.
 • Even - drawn numbers are even numbers
 • Odd - drawn numbers are odd numbers

Visual Analyser performs analysis in a variety of combinations of the numbers described above.

 Any number from game numbers range may be a combinations of few general numbers types.   For example if you take a look on the number 30 in Ticket View picture then we can say that number 30 is a Contact & Hot & Even number.   But number 27 is an Outside & Cold & Odd number altogether.   Each of numbers on a Ticket View is a combinations of general numbers types.

When you open Visual Analyser window then the default general number type is All, and is applied to all analysis methods.

To analyze something select any of available analysis method from the Visual Analyser menu,

after that the results of selected analysis are shown on an analyser's screen in form of diagrams.

Example 1:

Open standard game like lotto 6 from 49. Go to menu Numbers, then from submenu Occurrences select All.

This will analyze occurrences of all numbers from 1 to 49. Analyser's screen will show 49 diagrams.

For purpose of our example, only three of them are presented on our screenshots below:

 Each of diagrams in its title is showing what number is analyzed and the general numbers type. In our sample picture we see analysis of number 1,2 and 3, all of them analyzed normally.

You can switch between general numbers types at any time, the second sample will show what happen when you click on Contact button:

The analyser's screen will show immediately how the analyzed numbers occurred as in Contact numbers only.

 Again, each of diagrams in its title is showing what number is analyzed and the general numbers type.   In our sample picture we see analysis of number 1,2 and 3, all of them are analyzed whether they were drawn as Contact numbers or not.

Example 2:

In some other analysis Visual Analyser mix the combinations of general numbers types automatically.

Select the All button on toolbar. Open standard game like lotto 6 from 49. Go to menu Lines, then from submenu Horizontal lines select Line 1.

This will analyze occurrences of numbers in the first horizontal line on a game Ticket View.

Analyser's screen will show 7 diagrams of all variations.

For purpose of our example, only three of them are presented on our screenshots below:

 The very first diagram is always showing selected analysis results without any variations. First diagrams in its title is showing: 1. What line is analyzed 2. General number type, in our sample All , that means normal analysis.   The rest of diagrams are showing analysis results in a variety of combinations of general numbers types.   In our sample picture the second diagram is showing: 1. What line is analyzed 2. General number type as is selected on a toolbar, in our sample All 3. Another type of general numbers types applied to the diagram in our sample picture is Hot. It means that diagram is showing only drawn numbers from Line 1 that was on a Ticket View as Hot numbers.   In our sample picture the third diagram is showing: 1. What line is analyzed 2. General number type as is selected on a toolbar, in our sample All 3. Another type of general numbers types applied to diagram in our sample picture is Cold. It means that diagram is showing only drawn numbers from Line 1 that was on a Ticket View as Cold numbers .

Example 3:

Above we analyzed occurrences of numbers in Lotto game from first horizontal line 1.

Now we are going to switch to another general number type.

Click the Contact button on toolbar:

This will analyze occurrences of numbers as they occur as Contact number as general number type.

Analyser's screen will show 7 diagrams of all variations.

For purpose of our example, only three of them are presented on our screenshots below:

 If selected general number type is not All then diagrams are showing:   1. What line is analyzed 2. Primary general number type as is selected on a toolbar, in our sample     Contact 3. Another type of general numbers types applied to diagram as variation, in our sample second diagram is Hot. It means that diagram is showing only drawn numbers from Line 1 that was on a Ticket View a Contact & Hot numbers altogether.   in our sample third diagram is Cold. It means that diagram is showing only drawn numbers from Line 1 that was on a Ticket View a Contact & Cold numbers altogether.

Summary:

By switching between general numbers types you can perform several of analysis on one selected method only.

Altogether Visual Analyser is capable of showing hundreds of different diagrams.

Please note that combining general numbers types together narrows the analysis results to be more accurate.

The analyzed numbers must meet tighter conditions to be shown on a diagram.

It also gives greater chances to properly analyze lottery game and eliminate some numbers with high probability.

Here is a proof:

 In our example 3 we have analyzed occurrences of numbers in Lotto game from first horizontal line 1. The selected general number type is Contact. Please take a look on the above picture on diagram 3: Line 1 - Contact - Cold   According to this diagram, we can assume that in real future drawing, there is high probability that drawing numbers will not consist any of numbers form the first horizontal line that are Contact & Cold.   Let's now take a look on the Ticket View picture and find out what numbers from that line are Contact & Cold numbers? These numbers are 15 and 22 so we can eliminate them.   Please note that each of game drawing has its own unique Ticket View, thus analyzed line, groups of numbers etc may actually not consists types of numbers we analyze. So, we just skip those diagrams.