This tutorial will touch on understanding of GGraph.
GGraph stands for Gap Graph. It is plot with the value of interval
between each hit. This graph allows us to see the trend of interval.
The smaller the hit interval, the better is the number. Let’s
look at how to access the graph.
Click the Summary Statistic button.
You will see the summary of System 1 Ball as shown below.
The summary page is divided into two section. The top section is
the summary statistic of the ball number while the bottom section
is the GGraph of the number that you selected in the top section.
Take note that when you click on and highlight the Summary area,
the graph will be plot for that particular ball number.
Lets look at the GGraph in a enlarged view below,
Each point plotted is the drawn date. Move your mouse cursor over
the point and you can see the actual date where this particular
number was drawn and the gap interval from the last drawn. You can
also double click on the point to see the actual result of that
draw.
In most graph analysis, we need a moving average to guide us. The
blue and green lines are the sineweighted moving average. It purposes
is to smoothen the movement of the gap graph. We can use this curve
to study the trend and pattern. One of the obvious indications is
by spotting the moving average crossover point as shown below.
In most cases, when you see a similar crossover point as shown
above, you can start to put this number in your watch list. It usually
indicates a few short gap hit will be coming. A few of the recent
graph that has similar crossover are #01, #5, #12, #33, #38 and
#41.
Good luck,
