"Christian Indians and Gypsies Claiming High Caste"...lol, I've got a mesorrhine nose.
Warning, entered total nasal height appears to be too low
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Results of Racial Analysis
Terminology is according to Vallois (1965).Endocranial volume is estimated according to the Lee-Pearson formula (Comas, 1960).Brain weight is estimated according to Welcker's capacity/cranial capacity tables (Baker, 1974).
Your cephalic index is: 77.1 (mesocephalic).. skull neither very long / very short
Your height/length index is: 63.4 (hypsicephalic)... high forehead
Your height/breadth index is: 82.3 (metriocephalic)... well-proportioned
Your facial index is: 81.5 (euryprosopic)... short, broad face
Your upper facial index is: 50.4 (euryene)... broad cheekbones
Your nasal index is: 76.7 (mesorrhine)... medium width, "non-white" nose
Your estimated brain weight is: 1474 gr... high end of the continuum
Euclidean Distance Mahalanobis Distance Cosine Similarity Proto-Europoid: 28 46 0.22 Mediterranoid: 32 55 -0 Alpinoid: 19 18 0.6 Irano-Nordoid: 33 52 -0.31 Dinaroid: 39 54 -0.62
Your classification is Alpinoid (using Euclidean distance), Alpinoid (using Mahalanobis distance), and Alpinoid (using Cosine similarity).
According to Euclidean Distance:
You are metrically closest to Plate 7, Figure 3 (distance = 10)According to Mahalanobis Distance:
You are metrically furthest from Plate 41, Figure 3 (distance = 83)
You are metrically closest to Plate 7, Figure 3 (distance = 8)According to Cosine Similarity:
You are metrically furthest from Plate 21, Figure 5 (distance = 130)
You are metrically closest to Plate 7, Figure 3 (similarity = 0.78)
You are metrically furthest from Plate 41, Figure 3 (similarity = -0.771)The five types listed in the results of your racial analysis represent five clusters discovered in a multivariate analysis of 152 individuals whose anthropometric measurements are given in the photographic supplement of Coon (1939). The names of the five clusters are arbitrary labels corresponding to traditional designations. They are based on metrical similarity based on nine variables of the head, and should not be interpreted as denoting "races".
Read more about Caucasoid Metric Types.
Baker, J. R. (1974) Race, Oxford University Press, New York and London.
Coon, C. S. (1939) The Races of Europe, MacMillan, New York.
Vallois, H. V. (1965) "Anthropometric Techniques", Current Anthropology 6(2): 127-143.
Comas, J. (1960) Manual of physical anthropology, Thomas, Springfield, Ill.
Plate 7, Figure 3
Compared to larger men, my skull capacity is a little bit on the low side, lol. I guess it's "large" in comparison to other women.