The age of TC users!

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How old are you?

Under 14
0
No votes
14 - 18
5
3%
19 - 22
13
8%
23 - 26
32
18%
27 - 30
34
20%
31 - 35
25
14%
36 - 40
20
12%
41 - 45
11
6%
46 - 50
10
6%
Over 50
23
13%
 
Total votes: 173

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The age of TC users!

Post by *pdavit » 2004-06-08, 22:11 UTC

There was a poll on the old TC forum about the age of TC users. Well, I'm starting a new one now again.

Results can actually be useful to Christian to know his audience better. Age and experience usually go hand in hand. So, let's see if TC can be considered a tool for pros or not (agewise that is)!
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You forgot---

Post by *Clo » 2004-06-08, 22:25 UTC

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:)  Hi Panos !
• Nice, but you forgot «Over 100» ! :P

:mrgreen:  KR
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Re: You forgot---

Post by *pdavit » 2004-06-08, 22:28 UTC

Clo wrote:Nice, but you forgot Over 100!
I did not! Isn't that over 50? :P
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Post by *Athari » 2004-11-16, 19:42 UTC

Wow! I'm the first who voted for "14-18"! :o That would change in two months, though...
Excuse me for my bad English, my native language is C++

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Post by *heron » 2005-01-07, 00:23 UTC

nice bellcurve...

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Post by *Clo » 2005-01-07, 01:59 UTC

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:) Hello !
¤ Yes, the Gauss' spirit is an inhabitant of that forum ! :lol:

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Post by *Hacker » 2005-01-07, 11:39 UTC

heron,
Well, you can always get a bellcurve if you know how to choose the values (or intervals). :)

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Post by *soreno » 2005-01-08, 07:39 UTC

2Hacker,

How would you choose the intervals if the data is uniformly distributed ?

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Post by *Hacker » 2005-01-08, 11:26 UTC

For a range of 10 - 69 I guess the intervals could look like:

10-12
13-17
18-28
29-49
50-60
61-66
67-69

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Post by *pdavit » 2005-01-08, 11:41 UTC

If you make the intervals too small then soon the image of age distribution
will become inaccurate since people grow up (at least physically :P )! ;)
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Post by *soreno » 2005-01-08, 11:58 UTC

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It was a trick question that is only fun if you know probability theory :P

If data is uniformly distributed then there will be no bell curve.

If you throw dice a million times then there will be 1/6 of each value - no bell curve ;-)


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A better poll would be:
which year did your mother give birth to you ?

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Post by *pdavit » 2005-01-08, 15:06 UTC

soreno wrote:A better poll would be:
which year did your mother give birth to you ?
If only it could be practically possible via phpBB! ;)
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Post by *Hacker » 2005-01-08, 17:54 UTC

soreno,
It was a trick question that is only fun if you know probability theory :P
If data is uniformly distributed then there will be no bell curve.
If you throw dice a million times then there will be 1/6 of each value - no bell curve ;)
I think I have just proven you wrong...

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Post by *CoMiKe » 2005-01-08, 20:38 UTC

pdavit wrote:If only it could be practically possible via phpBB!
We would need a 4-digit validated textbox, as a combobox would not be valid for the future! ;)

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