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  • Ice cream

    55 48.25%
  • Anger

    33 28.95%
  • 37

    30 26.32%
  • Orange

    41 35.96%
  • IQ

    42 36.84%
  • God

    41 35.96%
  • Country

    16 14.04%
  • Cheese

    33 28.95%
  • Lethargy

    30 26.32%
  • Sexuality

    61 53.51%
  • Persistance

    48 42.11%
  • Fun

    55 48.25%
  • $#&$

    39 34.21%
  • Belief

    55 48.25%
  • Evil

    36 31.58%
  • Workplace

    16 14.04%
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  1. #31
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    I don't understand your graph.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    I don't understand your graph.
    yeah, that graph doesn't show much...!
    but tnx for effort noigmn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chloee View Post
    yeah, that graph doesn't show much...!
    but tnx for effort noigmn
    hehe, it is just the poll data in a more easily readable form, so you can compare the type group's answers. What does it not show?

    The percents are the percent of people from each type group who voted for an option. They are side by side, so you can compare them. It adds to 400% if everyone, of all type groups, chose an option. Obviously SJs percentages have less accuracy, because there is a smaller sample.

    You can see that Ice cream is quite popular, more SPs go for cheese than other type groups, NTs masturbate more over prime numbers than other type groups, etc.
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    Orange, country, cheese, sexuality, fun, !@$%, belief, workplace.
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    I voted Cheese and Anger.

    Cheese was the first one I noticed when scrolling up, and anger because I had the strongest vibe from that one when reading. I wonder what my subconscious is trying to tell me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noigmn View Post
    hehe, it is just the poll data in a more easily readable form, so you can compare the type group's answers. What does it not show?

    The percents are the percent of people from each type group who voted for an option. They are side by side, so you can compare them. It adds to 400% if everyone, of all type groups, chose an option. Obviously SJs percentages have less accuracy, because there is a smaller sample.

    You can see that Ice cream is quite popular, more SPs go for cheese than other type groups, NTs masturbate more over prime numbers than other type groups, etc.
    It's not easily readable to me. The SJs had a higher percentage of everything?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    It's not easily readable to me. The SJs had a higher percentage of everything?
    SJ starts where the purple starts. The scale is decently useless for absolute readings, seeing it is just the sum of percentages (which says not much, unless all groups have equal amounts in society). It's more for comparison of the percentages.
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    To anyone who is still confused by that graph: There are two ways to read it, either by color down, or by line across. Looking at a single color down shows you which answers a particular temperament picked more of. Looking at a single line across shows you which temperaments picked more of that answer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noigmn View Post
    hehe, it is just the poll data in a more easily readable form, so you can compare the type group's answers. What does it not show?

    The percents are the percent of people from each type group who voted for an option. They are side by side, so you can compare them. It adds to 400% if everyone, of all type groups, chose an option. Obviously SJs percentages have less accuracy, because there is a smaller sample.

    You can see that Ice cream is quite popular, more SPs go for cheese than other type groups, NTs masturbate more over prime numbers than other type groups, etc.
    Quote Originally Posted by noigmn View Post
    Here's graph form .



    Actually graph is good, better than it looked to me at first. hehe. at first i thought you put numbers in graph to get %, not percentages directly.
    Only thing you can't see from it is relative % in each temperament. Ex, for SJ is hard to answer which answer was 3rd, 4th because SJ's answers start differently on line.
    but then again if there were 4 graphs they wouldn't show overall which word got most answers...


    .. i mean, how to say from graph first 5 answers for each temperament.. and that was the point of this lil research i think

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    37, IQ, God, Cheese, Sexuality, Persistence, Fun, $#&$, Belief, Evil, Workplace

    I think your "quiz" is a good format for determining abstract thinking patterns.

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