From Gordon Gonsalves:
Lotto Tracker II (LTII) is a program for Mac OS and Windows computers that uses past Lotto result statistics to propose likely future winning lotto numbers. But it does a lot more than just propose numbers. Enter some results from your favorite game and watch as LTII immediately computes a number of helpful statistics. Click on a column heading and the statistics are instantly resorted on that column. Go from draw to draw and see the figures change. Want to see all the draws where a given number was in the winning combination? Easy... double-click the number in the list of statistics and presto, instant details appear in a window, showing the draw numbers, dates and the winning numbers. They say "a picture's worth a thousand words"... click on the Graph button and view the statistics graphically. Manipulate the graph using the same features available for viewing statistics so that you can easily spot win patterns. Statistics and graphs can be sorted in ascending or descending sequence by number, wins, last draw number, last draw day, month and year. LTII can suggest numbers that are likely to appear in future draws, and then automatically check its suggestions against the actual result. You can have it check any number combination you key in against any draw for which results have been recorded. It creates its own "quick picks" (randomly generated number combinations) and can even produce number combinations based on the names of people and things. The unique Prorated feature lets you track results for games where some of the lotto numbers were introduced at different draws. For example, the Trinidad & Tobago lotto was initially introduced with 32 numbers and then was subsequently changed to 36 numbers. Using the prorated option, statistics are produced as if all 36 numbers applied to all draws in your recorded results. LTII lets you keep track up to 300 different lottos at the same time. It handles lottos with just about any combination of numbers, from 5/20 to 10/99 and everything in between. Although it ships with the results of several lotto games pre-entered, you're not limited to these - it can be used for almost any game. Results can be imported from several different file formats, or can be keyed in directly. Statistics and results can be exported to other file formats, and several reports can be produced, with a page preview option that lets you see the reports on screen instead of having to print them.