We published some preliminary results, and we're currently working on further data analysis to be published on our blog. The analysis will all be published in a complete report at a later date, but the blog helps me focus on one step at a time.
Most recently, I published a bit of analysis regarding people's gender histories (under the name Siggy). I'm particularly proud of this chart, which I made in Adobe Illustrator:
The above graphic shows the prevalence of different gender histories in the ace community, with the thickness of each line proportional to the size of the group. The color indicates the percentage of people who identify as trans. For the purposes of the color scale, trans people and people unsure whether they identify as trans were lumped together. Note that "history" does not necessarily mean that people's gender changed over time; [sex assigned at birth] may or may not reflect a person's gender at birth.Most of the other graphs I make aren't nearly so fancy.