The video above shows how to use the information from part 2 in creating the finished prediction. The video below shows the integration of the tic-tac-toe part of the prediction. Nothing more to say really. Hope you find it useful in creating your own multiple outs with some of the new apps that are being released–tele-photo, for example.

2 Responses to “Photo Prediction: A Study of Multiple Outs, Part 3 – Putting it all Together”

I am having a hard time to understand how I would go about having 7 deadly sins picked on one of the 7 days of the week. I get I would need 3 bits useds but cant seem to figure out the math on how I would lable the options. Can you advise.

PS:THanks for this it is very helpful

John,

This would use 6 bits of information. The 7 deadly sins you would have committed to memory in some order, I use the mnemonic LEGG SWP (leg sweep): Lust, Envy, Gluttony, Greed, Sloth, Wrath, Pride. For these bits you use the binary 1-7, that part is easy.

For the days of the week you also use the binary 1-7 but you will do this on the higher order bits 4,5,6.

0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0

The two leftmost numbers are unused, the next three numbers are for the day of the week and the last three numbers are for the sins. So, for example if the 5th sin (1 0 1 in binary) is chosen on the third day (0 1 1 in binary) then you would put the entire number together as so: 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 This is the number 29. Does that make sense?