Question about the lifestyles study
Here is the famous lifestyles penis length study:
Since only 300 people participated, how can you have 0.1% measurements? 0.1% of 300 is 0.3… I also noticed two other fishy things:
1. There was no indication of whether this was bone pressed or non-bone pressed measurements.
2. This is a subtle point but the mean was presented as 5.877. That’s 4 significant figures. For anyone who is science or engineering inclined, it should at least ring an alarm bell about the quality of this research.