DINED Tool Profiler explained

The tool Profiler is made by Alexander Weiss and is meant to show that nobody is average.
You can enter a few body dimensions of your self and choose a reference sample or population.
After you filled in your own measurements you will see a visual result of the percentiles of your body dimensions referring to a chosen population. Then you will see that one of your body dimensions might be close to 50% or average but it is statistically very rare to have more than 5 close to the average of your reference population. This fact is first demonstrated in 1960 by Herzberg in his topic ‘The Average Man’.
Later I repeated that test in my dissertation on page 199.