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Top Gainers List Ordered by Periodic Gain

Top Gainers List Ordered by Periodic Gain

I forgot I generated this spreadsheet awhile back but I went to do some research on gains from various Thundersplace users and I used this again and figured I’d post it for anyone interested. I’m stuck at my desk hanging and have nothing better to do! :)

The spreadsheet draws from data through Oct 14 2014 from the public Thundersplace database, and has some filters built in to try to automatically remove blatantly false log entries. It is not a simple listing of total gains per user but instead break apart each user’s history into periods based on their log entries and lists gains per period, total gains, and more importantly cumulative gains through each log entry. In a nutshell the sort algorithm is the efficiency of gains (length) to time. Besides listing cumulative gains for each user for every period they posted a log entry for it lists gains just within each period and total gains and some other stuff. I’ll list a brief explanation of some of the columns below:

F - CumulativeLengthGain - Total length gained from the start of PE through each log entry ( (H)StartDate, G(PeriodEndPEDays) )
S - CumulativeGirthGain - Same as F only using girth.
G - PeriodEndPEDays - Number of days from the start of PE up through the end of the period/log entry.
B, C, D, E, H, I, J, K, L, M - All relate to the entire PE career, for example ‘EndGirth’ = final girth as of last log entry, ‘EndDate’ = final data of last log entry, ‘LENGTHGAIN’ = length gain as of last log entry.
N, O, P, Q, R - All relate to statistics just for the period (not cumulative, in other words between each log entry)

So again, the default sort uses columns F and G, cumulative gains per period.

Sorry it’s not in a format easier to understand, if you have a question don’t hesitate to ask :)

Attached Files
Thundersplace_Users_Ordered.xls
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28 Aug 2014: 6.25" x 6" (MEG) >>>>>>>> 30 Dec 2015: 7.25" x 6.5" (MEG)

Goal: Pump 40 min 2x daily 6 mos start 8/23/17 PICS AND PROGRESS

PE Growth Rate Study | Most Efficient Gainers List

Excellent job mate.

How about a no gainer’s list, put me at the top.

Some repeated rows and strange ordering, does that mean our csv has repeated rows? It shouldn’t really.


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No, there should not be any (completely unique) repeated rows BUT there will be multiple rows for the same user and approximately half the data in those rows would be the same. The spreadsheet has a different row for every period created by a new log entry (for example, userA has 3 log entries, so they will have a row for the dates and gains between logEntry1 - logEntry2, and another row for logEntry2 - logEntry3. In this way you could explore not only users based on their entire PE career, but their gains during a particular period, as we know often gains are not stable and fluctuate.

Hope you understand what I am saying, maybe someone can think of a better way to explain the structure. It is a very useful tool for researching :)


28 Aug 2014: 6.25" x 6" (MEG) >>>>>>>> 30 Dec 2015: 7.25" x 6.5" (MEG)

Goal: Pump 40 min 2x daily 6 mos start 8/23/17 PICS AND PROGRESS

PE Growth Rate Study | Most Efficient Gainers List

My apologies, I should have just read your first post properly.


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Like, mem here is an example. The first guy on the spreadsheet you can see 2 rows there for ‘twofister’ (he may have more rows further down, as the first spreadsheet tab is ordered by gain during a period). This one is actually a little extra confusing because the CumulativeLengthGain is the same in both, but if you look at the last column you can see girth is the value that changed. So what this means is, he started PE on 10/19/2010 (US Date format) and 108 days later made a log entry where he had gained a total of 2.25 inches in length and .625 inches in girth. Then 115 days after starting PE he made another log entry where he indicated he still had a total length gain of 2.25 inches but now a total girth gain of .75 inches.


28 Aug 2014: 6.25" x 6" (MEG) >>>>>>>> 30 Dec 2015: 7.25" x 6.5" (MEG)

Goal: Pump 40 min 2x daily 6 mos start 8/23/17 PICS AND PROGRESS

PE Growth Rate Study | Most Efficient Gainers List

Originally Posted by GettinGrown
Thanks, now I’m wondering how you can do PE since 2013 with no gains?!


Mate I’m wondering the same thing. Been doing it since march 2012, and I can tell you it’s not from the lack of trying. Just doing it to keep him healthy now.

Good job though, depressing but good. It at least feels good to know that at 6.1” I’m on the upper of normal, and looking at a lot of the starting stats make smile a bit.

Originally Posted by GettinGrown
I forgot I generated this spreadsheet awhile back but I went to do some research on gains from various Thundersplace users and I used this again and figured I’d post it for anyone interested. I’m stuck at my desk hanging and have nothing better to do! :)

The spreadsheet draws from data through Oct 14 2014 from the public Thundersplace database, and has some filters built in to try to automatically remove blatantly false log entries. It is not a simple listing of total gains per user but instead break apart each user’s history into periods based on their log entries and lists gains per period, total gains, and more importantly cumulative gains through each log entry. In a nutshell the sort algorithm is the efficiency of gains (length) to time. Besides listing cumulative gains for each user for every period they posted a log entry for it lists gains just within each period and total gains and some other stuff. I’ll list a brief explanation of some of the columns below:

F - CumulativeLengthGain - Total length gained from the start of PE through each log entry ( (H)StartDate, G(PeriodEndPEDays) )
S - CumulativeGirthGain - Same as F only using girth.
G - PeriodEndPEDays - Number of days from the start of PE up through the end of the period/log entry.
B, C, D, E, H, I, J, K, L, M - All relate to the entire PE career, for example ‘EndGirth’ = final girth as of last log entry, ‘EndDate’ = final data of last log entry, ‘LENGTHGAIN’ = length gain as of last log entry.
N, O, P, Q, R - All relate to statistics just for the period (not cumulative, in other words between each log entry)

So again, the default sort uses columns F and G, cumulative gains per period.

Sorry it’s not in a format easier to understand, if you have a question don’t hesitate to ask :)

I can’t seem to open this. Could you possibly PDF it?

buggs - Have you tried using an all day extender/ stretcher along with a routine including jelqing etc.?

BPTony - There are too many columns for a PDF but I am attaching here a csv, you should be able to open that with Excel or Open Office (I guess they don’t allow csv attachments, so I zipped the csv file first).

Attached Files

28 Aug 2014: 6.25" x 6" (MEG) >>>>>>>> 30 Dec 2015: 7.25" x 6.5" (MEG)

Goal: Pump 40 min 2x daily 6 mos start 8/23/17 PICS AND PROGRESS

PE Growth Rate Study | Most Efficient Gainers List

Some serious amount of work went into this, well done!

thanks kickin’ - I see you are from Ireland, I stayed there down South a few years and the people there are really awesome. Hopefully in the future some people will get some use out of the spreadsheet - among other things I had started looking for someone with photo evidence of 1.5” or more growth, who posted initial pics and then updated pics along the way but I couldn’t find a single one! My search was far from exhaustive but I thought it would be a lot easier. But even without photos there are some interesting stories and routines to take away from looking through the posts these efficient gainers have made.


28 Aug 2014: 6.25" x 6" (MEG) >>>>>>>> 30 Dec 2015: 7.25" x 6.5" (MEG)

Goal: Pump 40 min 2x daily 6 mos start 8/23/17 PICS AND PROGRESS

PE Growth Rate Study | Most Efficient Gainers List

Originally Posted by GettinGrown
buggs - Have you tried using an all day extender/ stretcher along with a routine including jelqing etc.?

Just keeping him healthy now. I’ll let you know if anything changes, and you can add my name to the list.

If you don’t want to by a penis pump tube go to a pet store and by a fish tank cleaning tube for a lot cheaper


Started: (NOV14) BPEL 5" MEG 4.75" BEG 4.75"

Current: BPEL 6.438 MEG 4.875" BEG 5.25"

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