You would simply add a new field, of say age, and of Computed type, (follow a walkthrough here) and then use a Filter in the View to select the range of ages that you require.
Divide your age by half and add seven years to get the minimum acceptable age for your romantic partner.
To illustrate, let’s assume you have a list of voting results that includes voter age, and you want to summarize the results by age group.
Your data might look something like this: To get started grouping the data by age, first create your pivot table normally.
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I want to expose an age range in a view (select registered users of age between 25-50) .
As with all things, the half-plus-seven rule is better used as a rule of thumb than a strict law.
But even so, if you keep skirting the accepted minimum, you might consider widening the pool to older potential partners.
men are more likely to broach the "zone of non-creepiness" for casual flings and sexual fantasies, but they actually look for women who are older than the minimum set by the half-plus-seven rule when they are thinking of marriage and serious relationships.
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And if you’re into role-playing, you might find the following heat chart about sexual desires interesting: I have no idea why there would be such a clear difference – do you?
Which (body) type of women do you think would have the highest sex drive?