Tuesday, 5 July 2016

More on WikiTree stats

Following on yesterday's post on stats from WikiTree, here's a graph on marriage age. Looks like 21 is the most favoured age for marriage, the data isn't available separately for men and women.
Some unusually young and old marriages are in the data.

If you didn't see it there's a correction supplied by Ales Trtnik with information that the peaks at the decade years in the death chart posted yesterday are mainly an artifact of privatisation by WikiTree. Thanks for the clarification.

1 comment:

Lynne Willoughby said...

This might be an interesting study over time as it might show trends in how old people where when they married and give some idea if economics played any part in when people were able to marry.