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post #61 of 87
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Originally Posted by CDFS View Post
6'6" This poll will not get the nice bell curve if it throws the small and (also) the tall in one heap.

Ehh, if the censoring of the tails was really a problem, we would see much larger numbers for those bins.

I'm actually astonished that they results have been so uniform. While this is in no way a random sample, the size is large enough to expect to see normality, if that is the underlying distribution.

Could be a bin size problem, but that doesn't seem to be able to explain it. And I can't imagine height to actually be uniformly distributed...
post #62 of 87
What's the point of this poll again?
post #63 of 87
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Originally Posted by CDFS View Post
6'6" This poll wil not get the nice bell curve if it throws the small and (also) the tall in one heap.

6', which is also the Swedish average. However, I feel shorter than my height and am often surprised when I see my reflection in the window on the metro as I often turn out to be the same height as guys I stand next to but that I perceive as taller than me.
post #64 of 87
6'8". It's no fun when it comes time to shop for... anything, really.
post #65 of 87
i'm 6'7"
post #66 of 87
about.. 183cm.
post #67 of 87
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Originally Posted by JAlfredPrufrock View Post
Ehh, if the censoring of the tails was really a problem, we would see much larger numbers for those bins.

I'm actually astonished that they results have been so uniform. While this is in no way a random sample, the size is large enough to expect to see normality, if that is the underlying distribution.

Could be a bin size problem, but that doesn't seem to be able to explain it. And I can't imagine height to actually be uniformly distributed...

The fact that both the outer scores are a bit longer than their respective neighbours shows something is off. But you're right about the middle part. It seems the deviants (from the norm) are more likely to reply.

Or also possible, being hard to fit fueled my sartorial interest. It could be so for a greater part of the members. This poll won't find the answer though.
post #68 of 87
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Originally Posted by JayJay View Post
I've spent quite a bit of time in Split, Croatia. The height of many, if not most, of the males there is quite noticeable. Although I've observed this in other areas of Croatia, it seemed more pronounced in Split.

Really? It didn't catch my attention.

Same height and weight as Pierce Brosnan back in his goldeneye days
post #69 of 87
6'5
post #70 of 87
6'4"
post #71 of 87
about 5'9"
post #72 of 87
Hmm 6'2" seems surprisingly popular...

6'2" 235. Jacket 46R or L depending on the maker.
post #73 of 87
6' 3" and rake thin - 150lb and 38" chest

I'm approaching 50, and when i was a kid, i was a freak here in Ireland - now the (male) kids I teach are nearly all at eye level.
post #74 of 87
183 and 86kg. Pretty happy with this height and weight.

I felt pretty tall in Australia and Korea. When I came back from holidays, a place with a lof of Europeans, I felt small. Even the women were about my height. Most men there seemed to be really tall - 190'ish.
post #75 of 87
5'2", 110 lb, 32" chest, probably shortest guy on SF
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