Logarithmic PE Gains
The enclosed file is a chart displaying the average gains over time made by PE’ers on this website. The data was compiled from here: “Size’s PE Data Site.”
The vertical axis (numbers across the bottom) represent days of PE. The horizontal axis (numbers up the left side) represent inches of growth.
The blue lines represent BPEL (Bone Pressed Erect Length) gains.
The pink lines represent EG (Erect Girth) gains.
The data was compiled as follows. Every 30 days all members that posted gains will be included in the chart. Some members don’t post their gains regularly, which is why the line sines up and down. Each segment of time begins the day after the last segment. Example: Segment 1 represents PE’ers that posted from day 1 to day 30. Segment 2 represents PE’ers that posted from day 31 to day 60. Etc.
The chart represents 3 years worth of data or 1110 days to be exact.
The spike at around 900 days was caused by one guy named “goodness81” who posted a 3.75” BPEL gain and a 1.4” EG gain. I thought about removing it from the chart but decided it was valid to keep it.
The quantity of members averaged for each 30 day period began at 1286 in the first month, and by 9th month was down to 44 members. The last 10 months on the chart represent averages of under 10 people. Therefore this is not a scientific evaluation, but as close as I could get.
As you can see, most dramatic gains are made within the first 180 days.