This is ONE OF 2 responses to Vol 15 Paul 11 ("More Statistics")...
You want analysis of the raw data of John's voice card frequency of talking about sex? How does one analyze a probability density curve that's gone out of control? The percentages speak for themselves. Personally, I find it scary and think John should move away from Montana immediately as it seems there is little hope of his finding an eligible partner in Canyon Creek.
One of his problems, I think, is that he insists upon equating romance with sex. If he lived somewhere in a metropolis in which his choices were multiplied, perhaps this wouldn't be such a problem. In the case of another, less compromising person, I might suggest that they take what they could get, but I don't really think there's any way out for John if he insists on continuing to live in such a place.
Soon, I fear, regardless of the statistical approach chosen, the measurement of John's love and sex voice card frequency will become even more dangerously high. He may stop responding to unrelated questions entirely. Certainly, I hope this will not be the case but I consider this to be an issue of grave concern.