649 Software - LDM

Hi Players;

Have any of you had a look at LDM (Lotto Data Miner)? For 649 lottery analysis, I've not seen anything like it. It comes with powerful Filtering features and seems to be very reasonably priced. If anyone has any experience with the program and is interested in sharing comments, please let me know. Thanks in advance.

Best regards,

Duck

:clown:
 

ivygirl

Member
a new software

a new software,you can see :
Based on the unique dynamic pyramid figure £¬the Pyramid method,is the sapiential result of many specialists especially under the guidance of Mr Zhouxiao and Mr Liqixiong,as a wisdom says that :'water is no fixed shape and the wars differ in thounds of ways".General static graphs can't adapt to the changing of pick numbers.The pyramid is designed to work with you to capture the trendline of the winning nubmers in a free way.Added to the Pyramid ,the Trilines analysis method become the powerfull assistant.The vibratility is the decisionmaker of most winning numbers.there will be no big prize where there is no vibratility. Pyramid ,three lines and vibratility make up of the core of the Pyramid Theory.
Lotto Pyramid integrates the pyramid graph with the stock analysis theory and dynamically adjusts the core algorithm with the historical statistics of the winning numbers in different area.Lotto Pyramid can be fitted to all kinds of picks.It's mainly desiganed to help refine the law of different phrases of .the lottery in different areas.The core algorithm contains:pyramid graph,Trilines,the vibratility modules.
 

peter

Member
Since we're not all math professors, that sounded like a lot of mumbo jumbo, and no substance to back it up. Perhaps ivy girl you could explain in lay mans terms, what this all means and how it works, otherwise your post is nothing more than a bunch of meaningless key strokes.:rolleyes:
 

Beaker

Member
peter said:
Since we're not all math professors, that sounded like a lot of mumbo jumbo, and no substance to back it up. Perhaps ivy girl you could explain in lay mans terms, what this all means and how it works, otherwise your post is nothing more than a bunch of meaningless key strokes.:rolleyes:
Peter, that blurp is just marketing from their site. Your questions are valid - what is the pyramid theory and what are trilines????:confused:
Don't forget, our Chinese friends are very good gamblers :agree:
 

Beaker

Member
Brad said:
Also ... what is 'vibratility' ? :confused:
Just looked that one up - having to do with vibration.

Gawd knows what it means here - harmonics of the numbers?? maybe they move in waves - that I could buy :agree:
 

peter

Member
Beaker said:
Peter, that blurp is just marketing from their site. Your questions are valid - what is the pyramid theory and what are trilines????:confused:
Don't forget, our Chinese friends are very good gamblers :agree:
That's true Beaker, they like to gamble and are good at it.
but unless some of these terms are explained, and a brief description as to how they work, I'm not interested, I'm surprised that the link is even allowed.
At least with Saliu's site it offers some value to the board.
I'm certainly willing to open my eyes to new ideas, and perhaps a different perspective on how to view lotto numbers, but I would want to know more.
It's like the ingredients on a box of food, if you can't pronounce it, don't eat it. :agree:
 

peter

Member
Beaker said:
Just looked that one up - having to do with vibration.

Gawd knows what it means here - harmonics of the numbers?? maybe they move in waves - that I could buy :agree:
I think that vibration is what Dennis was referring to yesterday, something about a whole lot of shakin' goin' on.:lol:Or maybe it was a message to some sleeper cells.:lol:
 

Beaker

Member
Duck Benway said:
Hi Players;

Have any of you had a look at LDM (Lotto Data Miner)? For 649 lottery analysis, I've not seen anything like it. It comes with powerful Filtering features and seems to be very reasonably priced. If anyone has any experience with the program and is interested in sharing comments, please let me know. Thanks in advance.

Best regards,

Duck

:clown:
Sorry we are off topic here Duck. I looked at this site a long time ago. I don't think it gives anything more than Lotwin does so I didn't investigate further :no:
 

Brad

Member
Beaker said:
Just looked that one up - having to do with vibration.

Gawd knows what it means here - harmonics of the numbers?? maybe they move in waves - that I could buy :agree:
Thanks for that Beaker, never heard the word before but did look it up too ... something to do with oscillation, or maybe I should say oscillatility :D .

A better Q would have been what does it mean when applied to lotto, as you point out.

What I find peculiar is that as soon as some direct questions are posed the initiator disappears ...

I did download the program and had a quick look at it, staying true to my sw junkie nature ... but there's no help or explanation of any kind, no directions on how to import history files etc., so at the moment I feel it'd be a waste of time to go further with it ... prove me wrong Ivygirl :dizzy:
 
Re: Re: 649 Software - LDM

Beaker said:
Sorry we are off topic here Duck. I looked at this site a long time ago. I don't think it gives anything more than Lotwin does so I didn't investigate further :no:
The program was released in Feb.2003. If your visit ..."a long time ago." was prior to the release date, perhaps you've missed the offering. In my experience, it doesn't much resemble Lotwin.
 

LT

Administrator
Hi Duck ... good to see you here again :wavey:

I apologise for being off topic but I have to post this and it might as well be here.

ivygirl ... you are most welcome here but the continual posting of a link to pgysoft.com is wearing out its welcome. I am getting spammed at some of my lotto email addys from pgysoft.com re their software and we all know how everyone feels about companies that spam.

Now in fairness to you this might be a quality software that you wish to recommend and that is fine but before another link to pgysoft.com is posted I want to know some things.

Is pgysoft.com lotto software free or is it a demo that requires eventual purchase?

Are you affilaited with pgysoft.com in any way?

For anyone who has endured the extensive download, is this software user freindly? functional? Is it something that we should be spending a lot of post time talking about?

Thanks in advance to ivygirl and others for the answers/info.

LT
 

Beaker

Member
Re: Re: Re: 649 Software - LDM

Duck Benway said:
The program was released in Feb.2003. If your visit ..."a long time ago." was prior to the release date, perhaps you've missed the offering. In my experience, it doesn't much resemble Lotwin.
You are correct. I believe I visited that site, or similar, along time ago - last year. This is something new and correct again - doesn't resemble Lotwin at all. Maybe I should look before I comment. :clown:

I downloaded this. I would say a very nice presentation for an intermediate user, some good features - search singles/pairs/triples and I would say all of the critical filters you would need - hi/low/sum/decate odd/even, positional limits.

I have not looked at the wheeling portion :no:

This might satisfy Me 262
 
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doc

Member
Duck Benway said:
Hi Players;

Have any of you had a look at LDM (Lotto Data Miner)? For 649 lottery analysis, I've not seen anything like it. It comes with powerful Filtering features and seems to be very reasonably priced. If anyone has any experience with the program and is interested in sharing comments, please let me know. Thanks in advance.

Best regards,

Duck

:clown:
Hi All,

I'm fairly new here and have just been lurking for a few weeks or so. This is my first post. I came across LDM after a google search several weeks ago. I have been using the program ever since and I would easily give it 2 thumbs up. It has extensive database search features and filtering options that I have seen in no other lottery software. It is very fast and the included help file is very thorough and easy to understand---although some of it is a little over my head. An experienced lottery player should have no difficulty in using it. A rookie might not grasp everything the program offers right away. I have discovered a heck of a lot with it already. It doesn't offer any predictions but I have never yet found any program that lives up to its claims of successfully doing so. LDM definitely deserves a look by anyone that regularly plays 649 games.
 
LDM for 649 Lotteries

Yes, the approach taken is completely technical/mathematical. It offers nothing predictive, but it offers tools that can be used to analyze the 649 lotteries in every conceivable way. For players who are not famiiar with certain aspects of studying the lottery, it could be confusing, or 'over their heads...'

The filtering module is powerful and the ability to check wheels for winners makes it an outstanding feature.

I also like the ability it offers to export data to an excel file.

Overall, for anyone who enjoys studying the 649 system in an analytical way, the program unique. And the price is quite fair, IMHO.

Thank you for the feedback.

Duck.
 

LT

Administrator
Beaker said:
ivygirl I wish you would move this to "Download and Try" thread. THis is the LDM thread
Absolutely Beaker :agree2:

Notice to everyone - including myself who has posted off topic here :blush:

ALL ivygirl - PYGYSOFT discussion to go to Lotto "Players Toolbox > Lotto Software > Download &try" thread. That is where that discussion is happenening. ANY other posts re PYGYSOFT will be deleted. By mis posting we are messing up Duck and Doc's thread re Loto Data Miner :mad:


My apologies to Duck, Doc and the rest.

BTW ... welcome Doc :wavey:

Thanks
LT
 
LDM Discussion...

Thanks, LT. I've always felt very welcome at the site.

Years ago (many, many years ago) I ran a BBS and know from that experience how frustrating it can be for sysops to keep some semblence of order on a public posting system.

BTW, the system has grown in very exciting and interesting ways since I joined back in 1999. Very nicely designed, and I feel it an honour to have a membership here.

As for the product that ivygirl is promoting, I think that a user would need to be fluent in Chinese Languages to make much sense of the software. The interface is clumsy and counter-intuitive. Maybe I didn't succeed with getting the "English" download, but what I did download was incomprehensible. I'll need to check a large dictionary for the promotional terminology.
 
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