Winning the Lottery!
Recently I’ve been trying to come up with a simple algorithm for testing the relational quality between “keywords in a set” and other “potential keywords in the set”… Unfortunately my database of keywords is about 45,000 entries (and about 350 million relationships), so wasn’t really quick enough to test my various ideas.
Enter the lottery (UK)… Only 49 numbers, and ~1650 drawings of data to compare, each in sets of 6 (ignoring bonus ball), but it lets me test the principles I’ve been playing with, so I’m happy :)
Want to win the lottery? I wouldn’t mind, though I don’t play, I just found it interesting to chart. Was also interesting to see the balls above halfway tend to occur with eachother more frequently than the ones below… who knows, maybe they are slightly heavier, or their position as last into the tumbler has some influence on their likelyhood of exiting first… who knows ;)
'IF' previous results were any indication of future results, I'd play the row/column numbers matching the dark green numbered entries in the body of the grid, but they're not, so don't get your hopes up ;)