Volume Histogram from TP data
I think most of us who have been involved with PE for a while come to realize that VOLUME is where it’s at. It’s not just the length, or the girth, but volume is what we’re after.
Here is another statistical graph gleaned from the TP database. This time I look at Volume.
The dataset consists of over 13,400 individual penis measurements from 7750 different individuals. To get the best data out of the set I decided to select only data where a user entered at least two measurements, and to average the first two measurements together and use that as the data point.
So the resulting data shows roughly the “starting size” of TP users. The average from this data should be just a little bigger than the general population as it does include the effects of some PE included in the user’s second measurement, not to mention the self-selection bias and the self-measurement bias inherent in the data.
The attached scatter graph is based on 2320 data points and I think it gives a really good picture of the average penis volume. (plus a small amount of PE) I think we would expect the average in the general population to be slightly below what we measure here.
Average: 13.4 cu. in.
Std Dev: 4.1
2008 Starting size: 5.25 BPEL, 5.5 girth, vol. 12.7
2009 Plateau reached 6.5 BPEL, 6.0 girth, vol. 18.6