How to win the Lottery – TattsLotto Statistics – Frequency – Pairs – Triplets

Are always lots of lotteries offering big prizes around us.
But how can we win these big prices?

I always had an eye on them and tried to understand more about numbers and their statistics.

Nobody has the absolute answer and nobody can guess the lottery numbers, but is absolutely verified that checking the previously drawn numbers and calculating statistics you can improve your chances to win the lottery.

I won’t give you any crystal ball, but I will try to post here relevant statistics that could help you win. I will start with Saturday Lotto / Tatts Lotto and based on feedback that I get from readers this post could evolve and become an independent page or even a whole nine yards website…. who knows?

Where can you find the raw data? 
Few Aussie official lottery sites don’t publish anymore the whole past draws, but you still can find them on Lottery West and Tatts websites:
http://www.lotterywest.wa.gov.au/results/saturday-lotto
https://tatts.com/tattersalls/results/download-results

What can we do with all these numbers?
What I normally calculate is the frequency, pairs, triplets, quartets, draws sum and then group the numbers in four different categories ‘hot’, ‘cold’, ‘due’ and ‘previous’.

‘hot’ - numbers drawn in the last 10 draws, but not the last draw
‘cold’ – numbers having a lower overall frequency and  not drawn in the last 10 draws
‘due’ -  numbers having a higher overall frequency and  not drawn in the last 10 draws
‘previous’ - numbers drawn in the last draw

All these stuff can help filter out the numbers which are unlikely to be drawn in the next draw.

How exactly?
For all past draws I have calculated  frequency, pairs, triplets, quartets, draws sum and then group the numbers in four different categories ‘hot’, ‘cold’, ‘due’ and ‘previous’….. so I could see a pattern:
About 66% of drawn numbers are ‘hot’ number
About 15% of drawn numbers are ‘cold’ numbers
About 6% of drawn numbers are ‘due’ numbers
About 13% of drawn numbers are ‘previous’ numbers

This pattern is almost the same, over time…..draw after draw, since ’86.

So, what can you do?
If you play 6 number, play 4 x ‘hot’, 1 x ‘cold’, 1 x ‘previous’ by example….less numbers to choose from, more chances to win.

If you want to increase the chances to win a price (not necessarily the big one), play 6 or 7 or 8 ‘hot’ numbers…

Let’s see some updated Tattslotto statistics – just created this database:

http://winlotto.nicks-software.com

I will update it weekly for Tatts Lotto and please comment – if you are interested in other lotteries – let me know and I will create few other on line lotto statistics databases.

Project Honey Pot – another email harvester revealed

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Regardless of how the rest of your day goes, here’s something to be happy about — today a honey pot you installed successfully identified a previously unknown email harvester (IP: 218.18.149.113). The harvester was caught by your honey pot installed at:

www.nicks-software.com

You can find information about your newly identified harvester here:

http://www.projecthoneypot.org/ip_218.18.149.113

Info on all the harvesters that have been spotted by your honey pots is also available here:

http://www.projecthoneypot.org/list_of_ips.php?t=h&m=usr_hp.h.96565

Don’t forget to tell your friends you made the Internet a little better today. You can refer them to Project Honey Pot directly from our website:

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You’ve chosen to receive this message every time one of your honey pots or donated MXs helps identify a new harvester. We don’t blame you, we’re constantly checking in to see what we’ve caught. However, if you’re sick of these messages, you can turn them off by visiting your settings page:

http://www.projecthoneypot.org/preferences.php

Thanks from the entire Project Honey Pot team and, we’re sure if they knew, from the Internet community as a whole.

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Vote for Helstrom SMP

Vote for Helstrom SMP [24/7!] [1.7]

Quote:

Helstrom is a survival multiplayer server. Our server was first made in Decemeber 2011 (it was called randomcraft back then). It was a private server where we had a town and several other buildings. In July 2012, we wanted to make it public and have regular players and all the other benefits from a public server. After being open for several months with very little traffic we decided to close down.

In March 2014 we reopened with high hopes. Since then we’ve earned more donations and more popularity then previously. We’ve gotten heaps of donations and players.

Visit our website at helstromau.com!

If you wish to donate type /buy in-game or go to helstromau.com/donate

LIKE my Facebook page

We’ll start sharing info on Nick’s Software Facebook Page:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Nicks-Software/204617686224074

 

Please LIKE.

Sony Xperia Z1 Screen easily picks up scratches

Got this new gorgeous phone Sony Xperia Z1 and it looks and feels amazing.
It has premium looks and premium hardware spec.

Sony advertise the phone as:

Then why my phone looks like a 3 years old, scratched phone after 2 weeks of light use?

The truth is Sony use scratch resistant glass, which is tough and good quality, but this glass is covered with ASF – Anti Shatter Film – which is absolutely low quality and catches scratches just rubbing your nails on it.
So, what can be done?
Looks like the only sensible thing to do is to change the AFS layer by yourself, coz telcos and Sony give you BS only.
Maybe once they get more similar complains they will treat the problem differently.

Removing the ASF you will loose the Sony logo, which is baked into this screen protector rather than etched onto the glass.
And also voids the warranty, they say….which is harsh and unfair having in mind that their ASF layer is faulty and low quality.

If your Xperia Z1 is not scratched yet you should hurry and buy a screen protector that probably is better and will last longer than the original ASF layer.

If your phone is scratched already, here are some good tips on how to remove the ASF without creating more damage to your phone.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pzxq-90NUIY&feature=player_detailpage

Hope it helps to keep your Xperia Z1 scratch free, as it should be.

 

Behind the scene – backlinks report – Alexa top 5 to 10 websites – Wikipedia, QQ, LinkedIn, Windows Live,Twitter

Top 5-10 websites on the web  - lets have a look at next 5 websites that top the web.

6. Wikipedia
7. QQ
10. Twitter

As you can see Amazon was kicked out from Top 10. Would be interesting to see why?


Social Media

Backlinks


So, why did Alexa kicked out Amazon from Top 10?

Twitter is better at Social Media Chapter, I guess, not Google+ though:


Backlinks are telling quite the same story Twitter wins by far!


One parameter from here…is very much liked by Google (and Alexa) and can swap the position of these sites at any time in the Top, with minimum variation.

Which one will be?
Your Answers below….



ERAWTFOSKCIN

Well, dummy words have no search or competition on the WEB. Let’s write NickSoftware reversed erawtfoskcin and see how quick Google index it and how this mini article will rank in SERP.

My guess, in two minutes, it will be ranking page 1 in SERP for keyword erawtfoskcin.

OK, let’s count.

Got number one in SERP in two days.

Cheers,
Nick’s Software
ERAWTFOSKCIN

Behind the scene – backlinks report – Alexa top 5 websites – Google, Facebook, Youtube, Yahoo, Baidu

Top 5 websites on the web  - everybody would like to get there, but for now the privilege is still within big boys reach only.

As per Alexa Top Sites the TOP 5 websites on the web is:

We all know how these sites look like and what they offer.
Also we know that they are very popular among us, and we ALL use them daily, more or less.

But, what’s behind the scene? 
What’s the domain comparison between these “.com(s)”? 
Why are in top 5, besides their obvious impeccable content and attraction to us? 
Why is Google number one and Facebook number two?

Social Media 

Google is mentioned 3mil+ times in Google+, when Facebook has only 22K links in Google+, Youtube is a champion in Google+ with 7mil+ links and then Yahoo has 100K+ and Baidu about 3K.

On Twitter Facebook is the leader of the pack with 52K links followed by Youtube with 17K, Google and Baidu with 7K and Yahoo with few hundreds…

FLikes – of course Facebook leads the pack again with about 3.5mil, Google and Youtube follow with about 1mil+ and the other guys are below a mil.

FShares – Google has more than Facebook!!! – but both are close together at 4.2mil+ with Youtube coming next at 3mil and Yahoo at 900K and Baidu at 9K…

Backlinks
How many links the top 5 have?
Answer is lots….

Facebook – 7.7 billions 
Youtube – 3 billions
Google – 1.9 billions
Baidu – 240 millions
Yahoo – 39 millions

What’s their backlinks profile?


















How many referring domains do they have?























So, why Google is first?
I think, because Facebook doesn’t have a search engine yet and Yahoo is all about rich content, Youtube is in no aggression pact area and Baidu is a non english search engine….

Will it change in the near future?
Can’t see any big challenger coming from outside top 5:
7. QQ
10. Amazon

But for sure I would like to see how top 5 will unfold once Facebook enters a bit more seriously in the search engine market.

What’s your view…
Leave a comment below.

Cheers,
Nick

  


Hackers Suck

Just recovered this blog from a quite nasty hack – sorry if I had to delete some legit users.
Any legit users are welcome back – hackers stay away – I’m watching you!

Computerized Maintenance Management System – CMMS

It is always a challenge to keep up to date your assets, spare parts, maintenance and calibration jobs.
These days when we need to be very efficient, paper based systems look totally outdated.
Do you use any CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System) software for these jobs? Which one is more popular? Take few secs to complete our survey:
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How good or bad your IT equipment – PC / Laptop / Ultrabook / Tablet / Phone is?

These days computing technology evolves so fast and many times we get caught in a avalanche of upgrades or equipment change just to keep us up to date…

Of course all these new stuff cost money and is not quite easy to buy just to be on top. You have to have an increase need to upgrade.

On the other hand, many business have quite upgrading to reduce cost, and after a while they have found themselves in a deep predicament  and far behind their own industry standards…

How good or bad your IT equipment – where are you in all this IT saga – at home or at work?

An easy and free way to share these info with us would be to run GeekBench benchmark software on your equipment and fill out the following form.

GeekBench is free and cross-platform – Available for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, BlackBerry, and iPhone

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