Points (.) and (I) designate all your spreads. (.) - the hexagram missed (I) - the hexagram was laid out
For example: You laid out 9 spreads. Now you have some hexagram. (..I.....I) kind of the graph means that this hexagram laid out TWO times - now, and 6 spreads ago.
AT THE LEFT YOU CAN SEE HOW MANY TIMES EACH HEXAGRAM WAS LAID OUT the > before the name, specifies that the hexagram laid out in the reversed position Names of the hexagrams are links to their description
Try this few times, while any hexagram will lay out a few times - And YOU WILL UNDERSTAND WHAT WE MEAN
when you understood as it looks
your experiments not to spoil a real results
ESPECIALLY PAY ATTENTION TO THOSE HEXAGRAMS WHICH LAY OUT MORE OFTEN, AND DO NOT LAY OUT IN GENERAL, OR LAY OUT VERY SELDOM
If you really trust in divination, you should realize, that accidents at a guessing do not happen. And at all has no value hundred times you have reshuffled a pack and have spread out in the artful way or have got from a pack the first hexagram - be assured, in both cases it and will be the MOST IMPORTANT HEXAGRAM FOR YOU.
IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO EXTEND A HEXAGRAM MORE THAN 2-3 TIMES, IT ONLY WILL CONFUSE YOU. REMEMBER - THE MOST TRUE - THE FIRST