**Predicting / Using Width of Line**
Hi Beaker,

What an interesting concept.

I already keep six columns ( Excel ) for identifying whether each Number is Odd or Even, and at the moment only use that information to determine how many Odds and Evens there are for each Draw and an overall summary.

I also keep five columns for the differences between each Number ( Sorted Numerically ), and work out what the Minimum, Maximum and Average are for each column.

I also keep a record of the Highest Minimum Number ( Ball 1 after Sorting Numerically ), the Lowest Maximum Number ( Ball 6 after Sorting Numerically ), and the Range ( Ball 6 minus Ball 1 ) again with the Minimum, Maximum and Average for each.

I will now add the Odd / Even line width to my Spreadsheet.

Just one thing though Beaker, in order for your Odd / Even theory to work you need to create a Formula that takes the Lowest Number away from the Highest Number ( say in cell I1 ) and Add one. Then you can use the Formula =IF(MOD(I1+1,2)=0,"ODD","EVEN") in say cell J1.

With all the Statistical Information we keep you would think it would be a stroll in the park to be regular winners of some sort of prize ( i can dream can't I ).

I will certainly play around with this idea at the weekend.

Nice idea Peter ( and thank you Beaker for posting it ), keep them coming guys.

Regards

PAB