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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Hah, awesome. Definitely not an E.
    Yeah, socionics is a lot less about the dichotomies. And they're defined differently than MBTI. So I could see how an INFj could be VIed as an ENFp.

    Wolfy's though. Hah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpottingTrains View Post
    Have you tried running celebrities through it? Might be easier considering there are lists made up with their types along with a myriad of pictures.
    That's precisely the kind of material I run through my program. Celebrities however can be hard to get because of their hollywood persona being mistaken as a socionics type. It's still a current method I'm incorporating as we speak.

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    Dude, you need to fix your machine.

    What is ISTJ in MBTI? The same?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Dude, you need to fix your machine.

    What is ISTJ in MBTI? The same?
    Nooo, not at all. I don't know why they use MBTI dichotomies (it's an American thing), or why people assume they're the same. There is really not enough sufficient correlation. That doesn't mean you're an LSI either. VI is just an initial phase of typing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mercy View Post
    Nooo, not at all. I don't know why they use MBTI dichotomies (it's an American thing), or why people assume they're the same. There is really not enough sufficient correlation. That doesn't mean you're an LSI either. VI is just an initial phase of typing.
    OK, interesting. Here is another one to compare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    OK, interesting. Here is another one to compare.
    That one comes out ESTp. Same strengths/quadra as ISTj.

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    Quadras are pretty significant to type. Both of your VIs fit into one quadra, the beta quadra. Types in each quadra share the same values and act very similarly. Check it out if you feel like it Beta Quadra - Wikisocion.

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    I read through them and I think I relate most to the Alpha Quadrant but Beta would be second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I read through them and I think I relate most to the Alpha Quadrant but Beta would be second.
    Well thanks for reading.

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Dude, you need to fix your machine.
    It needs more IDs. I'll let you know what my program has to say when I update it more. Right now was just a test run.

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    try these 1 2

    should be ILI
    ENTJ LIE
    3w4 sp/sx
    3w4(4w5)-5w6(6w7)-9w8(1w9)

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