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    Default Typology charts & visual data

    I'd like to see some type comparison charts, please. Who's got em? MBTI preferably, but whatever else too.


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    This explains a lot to me...

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    So sensors and intuitives live in different dimension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozz View Post
    So sensors and intuitives live in different dimension.
    Yeah, a different mental dimension.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    This explains a lot to me...

    How? It seems confusing to look at and doesn't seem to be ordered well.

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    It explains functional ordering...

    and "degree of separation" between two types. The more paths you need to travel, the more different the way two types are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    The more paths you need to travel, the more different the way two types are.
    Oh I see what you're saying. Yeah, in that regard, it does make sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    This explains a lot to me...


    HAH!

    I was looking at this cube in the computer lab at school and somebody came up and said:

    What is this ISTP molecule made of Titanium, Sellenium, Nickel, and Iron??!

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    Quote Originally Posted by justxher View Post
    HAH!

    I was looking at this cube in the computer lab at school and somebody came up and said:

    What is this ISTP molecule made of Titanium, Sellenium, Nickel, and Iron??!


    Also I really like this functional analysis cube. Any others that visualize functions? Hmm.. I wonder how we could draw up our own visuals..
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    How? It seems confusing to look at and doesn't seem to be ordered well.
    How about this one (includes both types of tesseract projection, and individual cubes):


    For those who don't know; a tesseract is a four-dimensional version of a cube. So at each intersection, you have four lines meeting, which are supposed to all be at right angles. There also would be no cube inside a cube; in 4D it would be a solid convex object with all points, lines, etc. on the outside, like a cube in 3D. Hence, if we were in 4D, it would be the perfect way to align the types.
    Since you're stepping down two dimensions to fit on a 2D screen, it's all distorted. Each axis (called X, Y, Z, W) maps to one of the dichotimies, and two types sharing a single line are close to each other, differing only by the letter the dimensional axis of that line represents.
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