The lottery matrix view is probably the most detailed possible view of a lottery. On this page the lotto numbers are laid out and the winning numbers are being highlighted (dark background with white text color) while the range of the lottery numbers is being highlighted in the form of a green bottom border which starts under the lowest number and ends under the highest number. The extra numbers -- such as Powerball, EuroMillion number, etc. -- are highlighted using gray background color.
Links to the lottery matrices available can be found at the bottom of this page.
The lottery matrix explained
The meaning of each column in the lottery matrix view:
- Draw date: This is obviously the date when the lottery draw took place
- lottery numbers: well, just that :-)
- Cons: The consecutive numbers that were drawn in that particular drawing. For example, C 2:1 means there was one set of 2 consecutives drawn. C 2:2 means there were two sets of 2 consecutives draw, C 2:1; C 3:1 means there was one set of 2 consecutives and one set of 3 consecutives drawn, etc...
- Rep.: Repeating numbers from the previous drawing. Basically, this column shows how many of the numbers from the previous lottery draw were drawn in a particular draw.
- ALLD: How many draws we need to go back in order to find every number from a set of lotto results.
- LT2: The values in this column represent how many draws ago were any 2 numbers from these (row containing LT2 value) lotto results drawn. By hovering the value in this column, the date of the previous results where any 2 numbers were drawn is being displayed. For instance if any 2 numbers from a set of lotto results were drawn 5 draws ago, the value in this column -- for that particular set of lotto results -- would read LT2 5 and by hovering the value you'll be able to see the date of the lotto results drawn 5 draws ago. Note: The LT2 values are being generated based on the latest 100 lotto results. A blank LT2 value means that any 2 numbers from the results were not drawn during the latest 100 results.
LT3: Same as LT2 but for 3 numbers.
Note: The LT3 values are being generated based on the latest 300 lotto results. A blank LT3 value means that any 2 numbers from the results were not drawn during the latest 300 results.
- N: This is the neighbor numbers column. It shows how many of the current numbers are neighbors of the numbers drawn in the previous draw. Furthermore, this column provides details regarding the position of the lottery number (left or right of the previously drawn numbers). For instance if we see 1+2 somewhere in this column, that means that one number in that particular draw is the left (because 1 is in front of the + sign) neighbor of a number from the previous draw while two of the numbers in that particular draw are the right neighbors (because 2 is after the + sign) of two numbers from the previous draw.
- R+N: This is the total of the previously described two columns, Repeating numbers + Neighbor numbers
- RD: Shows the number of repeating decades. Let's say our lottery winning numbers are: 08, 23, 24, 34 and 38. For this particular set of lottery winning numbers we'll see, under the RD column, 2+2 because there are two different sets of repeating decades, that is 23, 24 and 34, 38
- Rld.: This is the number of repeating last digits. Very similar to the above (RD) with the difference that instead of counting the repeating decades, it counts the repeating last digits. By looking at the same example, the RLd. would also have the value of 2+2, this time because we have two numbers having the same last digits (8 and 38) and another two numbers having the same (but different than the first one) last digits (24 and 34)
- E/O: This column shows how many evens and how many odds the lottery winning numbers contain
Columns between E/O and All gaps: These columns compare the lottery winning numbers on a particular date to the lottery history as follows:
- How many times 5, 4, 3 and 2 of the winning numbers from a particular date have been drawn previously
- How many times 5, 4, 3 and 2 of the winning numbers from a particular date have been drawn during the last 0 drawings
- How many times 5, 4, 3 and 2 of the winning numbers from a particular date have been drawn previously STRICTLY in the same order
- How many times 5, 4, 3 and 2 of the winning numbers from a particular date have been drawn during the last 0 drawings STRICTLY in the same order
"same order" in this context does NOT refer to the order the lottery numbers were actually drawn. It refers to the ascending order of the lottery numbers.
For instance let's compare 08, 23, 24, 34 and 38 to 08, 23, 24, 35 and 38.
According to the regular comparison, 4 numbers (08, 23, 24 and 38) from the first set of numbers were also drawn in the second set of numbers, while according to the STRICT comparison only 3 numbers (08, 23, 24) from the first set of numbers were also drawn in the second set.
All gaps: This column shows the gaps (difference) between all lottery winning numbers. For the winning lottery mentioned in the above example, this column would read "15 - 01 - 10 - 04 | m1 | M1" which means the first gap is 15 (23 - 08 = 15), the second gap is 1 (24 - 23 = 1), etc... The meanings of m1 and M1 in this example are as follows:
- m1 means the smallest gap (which in this case is 01) is being repeated once
- M1 means the largest gap (which in this case is 15) is also being repeated once
- SUM of numbers represents the sum of the lottery winning numbers
- SUM of digits represents the sum of the digits that form the lottery winning numbers
- Numbers range is the range of the lottery (difference between the highest and the lowest numbers)
- Min. GAP is the smallest gap or the smallest difference between two adjacent numbers
- Max. GAP is the greatest gap or the greatest difference between two adjacent numbers
The first table below shows the average values of the actual lottery
The second table shows the the minimal and maximal values of the actual lottery.
The frequency of statistics values at the bottom of the page show the frequency for the most important statistical values.
Here is a screenshot of the Lottery Matrix: