I wish I could remember how long it took me to learn to ride. I remember very very little of my learning process. I know I learned sometime during 7th grade but I can’t remember how long it took and I can’t remember if I learned by trial and error (no instruction) or if I managed to pick up Jack Wiley’s “The Unicycle Book” sometime before I finally learned to ride. I know I was using Jack Wiley’s book when it came time to learn to free mount.
(Quoting from the web page) The blue line in the picture is a ‘typical’ fit, based on another bit of unconventionality involving weighted median values of logaritmically distributed bins. (I have favoured this approach over e.g. a least squares fit of some sort, to lessen the influence of the few people who required very long or short times to learn. I think such cases could have appeared at any age.)
I have received your wheelsize data but after the ‘deadline’ for batch 1 processing. They will be included in the next batch. I don’t know yet when that is, probably at least months. I don’t expect large shifts in the results.
>You can also download a spreadsheet to forecast the required time in
>case you or a friend might want to learn.
I found out today that some systems open the spreadsheet within the
browser window if you left-click the link. But that makes it
non-functional: it displays the sheet but no entries or calculations
are possible. So you need to right-click the link, Save As and then
open the saved file.
Of course all of you knew this.
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Nearly 85% of the people killed by lightning are male.