PE Spreadsheet v0.0.5 beta release
At last, the first public release!
I’ve been at work on a spreadsheet changing it over the course of approximately half a year though really only started taking it more seriously in the last month.
PE Spreadsheet 0.1 alpha
Do you use a spreadsheet for PE?
On spreadsheets, the poll & thoughts on usability and accessibility
As it stands the version is at 0.0.5 beta, which means it is out of alpha… So I would consider this fit for use on a daily bases if you’re comfortable around a spreadsheet as I don’t think there will be much more substantial revisions in the next year because other than some little things I don’t really care to work on it much more (maybe just 3 more options).
The program required to use this file is Calc from a Office Suite known as Open Office which can be downloaded for free and offers 99.5% of what any Joe would need for most Word Document and Office Processing needs. It’s also Open Source (like Firefox) and runs on the three big OS’s (Windows, Mac and *nix). If you need something more you should seriously look into learning InDesign but that’s a tangent for another day. I tried exporting to an excel format but Microsoft Excel 2007 has issues with it and I hardly care to put that much time to hack away for a product I consider is fun. Someone can pay me a couple American grand though and I’ll be happy to support an xls format of this. I’d like to say though that this spreadsheet will always remain free to those who’d like to use it. I encourage people to go in and add what they want and post their changes so we can make an even better spreadsheet of tomorrow.
Reasoning behind using a spreadsheet
It should come as no surprise to those wondering why I’d be using a spreadsheet for this. To those who are relatively new to the world of spreadsheets, a spreadsheet is something that simulates a paper worksheet which helps organize and process information for easier understanding. Because we’re doing a lot of processing with penis sizes, statistics and goal setting it only makes sense that much of our information is consolidated into a spreadsheet. The beautiful thing is that spreadsheets can also have formula’s to help calculate things automatically, and the spreadsheet you see here is so chalk full of them doing most of work for you that you’ll be able to spend your time doing more important things like paying attention to your loved ones.. or one.
Some features are listed below, with just about all of them being automated by formula’s.
- Measurement stats: Starting measurements, average over a 90 day period and 45 day period. Total gains & amount of gains left to go until the next goal.
- Goal Setting: 8 Years of possible goal setting with a place for general goal.
- Goal Prediction: Average gains being achieved per day/week/month with needed gains per day/week/month to achieve that goal. Estimated completion date based on current average gains.
- Comparative Statistics: View the median and average statistics of Thundersplace’s starting database and compare yourself by percentile.
- Supports up to 5 different routines: Enter in the name of your exercise along with the frequency and number of cycles/pressure and time per cycle (if applicable) to populate a routine based on both how long you’ve been doing PE and your PI’s.
- View PI’s: View your PI averages over the last 3/7/14/30 and 90 days.
- See ahead.. and behind: View this month’s and last months schedule.
Routine Records Sheet:
- Detailed records: Records are populated by the Routine created in the routine sheet and detailed for the next 5 years. Just enter in the PI’s you experienced for that day and freeze the data when you’re done and it’ll be set in history. If you altered your schedule for a particular day you can over-ride it here.
Size Records Sheet:
- Measurements: Date, BPEL, AEG (Average Erect Girth) and notes.
- ** More measurements will be in a future version.
I’m hoping to get people’s thoughts and opinions on this. I’m also secretly hoping for people to rip apart some of my formula’s and tell me what ended up calculating incorrectly ( if anything ;) ).
Most of all, I hope you enjoy it.
Size is little more than a controllable perception without an accurate means of measurement.