Exploring the Pick34.com Web Site Draw Extended History: Chances (Draws Out)
One of problems with finding due filter options with boxed options and sums, line widths etc. usually is that each filter option is due after a different amount of draws; e.g sums, there are 75 numbers with the sums 13 and 14, but only 21 numbers with the sum 5. Obviously the sum 5 will be due much later than the sums 13 and 14. Of course the sums 0 and 27 only have one numbers each 000 or 999, so those are due only after very many draws.
To deal with this issue you have to put a value to each of those situations, and that would be to calculate the chances for each filter option to be out for a certain period of time. Again the sum 13 has 75 numbers ...
The chances for any of these numbers to appear in the next draw is 7.5%, for any of the number NOT to show up it's 92.5%, to NOT show up in any of the next 2 draws, is 85.6% and that goes on and on until you reach 9 draws, the chances for any of these numbers not showing up is only 49.6% by then but it takes 30 draws to be only 10%. Now when you look at the sum 5 (21 numbers only: 005 014 023 032 041 050 104 113 122 131 140 203 212 221 230 302 311 320 401 410 500) you hit the breaking point (below 50%) after 30 draws and it will take a total of 109 draws to reach the 10% chance level.
To make it possible to compare all of these different due draws with each other can only be done by not comparing the "draws out" but by comparing the chance percentage. The lower the percentage the more due a filter option is. Such a graph is available. In this South Carolina example you can see that the sums 17 and 9 are more due than the sum 5 even though the sum 5 is out longer but it does not contain as many numbers as the 17 and 9 sums.