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    Did you have enough participants to get any meaningful results?

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    Did it! This will be really interesting data!

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    Re: Ball python winter fasting vs. keeping SURVEY!

    Quote Originally Posted by JodanOrNoDan View Post
    Did you have enough participants to get any meaningful results?
    Unfortunately not enough participants that use whole room heating! There were something like 25 survey takers, and I know that 3 of them were faked, due to the way I formed the questions HAHA (it was just to catch the fakers, and it worked). The hot spot results were as expected, but not much use since there's nothing to compare to! If I do this again, I'll have to maybe have a minimum of 20 snakes instead, and have no maximum. I think that makes more sense now.
    Last edited by redshepherd; 03-20-2017 at 06:34 PM.

    1.0 Albino "Cake", 1.0 Lesser Butter "Yukon", 0.1 2012 Butter "Blissey"
    0.1 Sterling "Drizzle", 0.1 Super Pastel Calico Congo "Togetic"
    0.1 2007 Aru green tree python "Gem"
    0.1 Dumeril's Boa "Vigil"


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    There's just not a lot of people who do whole room heating without a dedicated facility I think. More expensive to heat a house (or even just a room in the house) to mid 80s than heat it to mid 70s and regulate a hot spot. My house is old and leaky even with the new windows, so it's not ever likely to happen for me unless I built an insulated shed or something..

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