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a few data visualizations of the winning lotto numbers in Spain from 1988 until 2006. each color represents one number from 1 to 49, while the lines represent the frequency of appearance of every number from one year to the the following one.

the translation of the orginal Spanish article is available after the break (thnkx to Christina).

[link: microsiervos.com]

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translation: "we can see in this graphic the frequency of lottery numbers, from Loteria Primitiva and Bonoloto (these are 2 lottery games based in choosing 6 numbers among 49) in Spain from 1988 to 2006. each color represents one number from 1 to 49. The lines point the frequency of appearance of every number from one year to the the following one."

"the center has a frequency of 4% & the outer ring of 20%. all numbers tend to group around a circle that would be in the value of 12,24% (6/49). that's the probability of any given number to appear in the winning combination of numbers."

"the peak on the outer line of 2006, for instance, is number 41 (green color) & has a value of 18%, which is the frequency of appearing as winner in that year."

the chart comes from Onlae (Loterias y apuestas del estado, the public company that runs lotto games in Spain).

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how to build a lotto winning tickets by mathematically ?

Sun 03 Jun 2007 at 9:12 PM
saswati Majumder
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