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My thoughts exactly, starting all the maintenance today! The plan is to get it caught up on everything, then start playing with stuff. I always start out with mounts and suspension.
Then engine stuff starts! Congrats on the VR! Mine served me very well, just sold it to a friend with k miles on it. Originally Posted by Ponto. Originally Posted by Tjtalan. Thanks man, I remember both your cars, Do you have plans for something new? Those initial pictures pain me. Glad that car has been rescued by someone who will appreciate it, and am excited to see what you will do with it!
I'm aiming for people here to actually notice my surely evident mistakes, I don't think there's anything wrong with trying to learn something new? I'm just wondering how to accurately calculate the volatility index for bets other than 1 credit x 1 line. Contrary to what you may have assumed from my posts, we are not a company with funding, we are actually three friends trying to make a Unity app completely unrelated to slot machines on our free time, but with a slot feature.
I do not intend to leech from anyone here. I was not aware that this forum frowned upon this sort of questions unless the poster intended to hire someone. If that's the case, my apologies. I'm obviously not going to get on your level by getting a silly question answered, but I admit that the slot math design subject is really interesting and I would love to learn more. Is it wrong for hobbyists to post here? Is this forum a freelancer-like site? Hi there, thanks for your help!
I'm sorry but I'm not sure I follow you, please bear with me a little. You are essentialy saying that if I had a big list with all the wins reported by the simulation, I should just divide each item of that list by LINES and the proceed with regular variance calculations? For example, simulation with 1 credit and 20 lines: I got a little confused with your reformulation of variance. Why is SS sum of squared wins? Could you please explain how would you perform your calculations assuming I had a big list with all the wins from the simulation with 20 lines and 1 credit?
Jan 23, Threads: January 23rd, at 2: Hi there everyone, first post here so don't be rough: At our company we are currently building a simple slot machine as a mini game for giving players incentives for our yet to be released app. I've seen various documents on the web that state that for calculating this VI, it's necessary first to obtain the Standard Deviation for the Slot Machine.
We are able to simulate all plays on the slot machine and record all pays. Correct me if I'm wrong please, but to calculate the Standard Deviation you have to first obtain the mean of all the machine pays for the lowest bet possible? In our case that would be 1 credit and 1 line. Is this a correct assumption? We have tried to calculate the standard deviation using simulations with 20 credits and 20 lines, and we always get a number between !