Sum Graph

There are two type of sum graph.

  1. Sum point Graph.
  2. Sum Gap Graph.

Sum point Graph

The Sum point graph is plotting on the Sum values. It gives you the understanding of how the sum of the numbers fluctuate in relationship with each draw. In order to see the sum graph, you will need to click on a sum column cell before you click the F-Graph icon .

You will see the Sum Graph dialog box been display on top of your screen. The graph is plotted using the statistic within the column. The sum of each draw is represented with dots within the graph. Moving average lines are using Sine-weighted formula with 8 and 10 sum points range. Bolliger band line allow us to estimate the max and min value of the sum.

Click here to know more details about the graph legends.

Sum Gap Graph

Unlike the point graph, this sum gap is referring to the occurance of a particular sum over a period of time. In order to view this graph, you need to click on the sum column follow by the G-Graph icon .

You will be prompt with a dialog to enter the sum value that you would like to check. There are a few rules in entering the sum value here. If you only want to check a single sum value, you can key in 1 single value and it will look into the statistic and plot the gap graph of the sum value you specified. Alternatively, you can also key in a range of sum to search. This is particular useful if you are studying the performance of the range of sum. You will need to key in the first sum value follow with a "-" and than the last sum value as in the example shown in the dialog box.