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    Default GCPT : Generalised Cognitive-Physiological Table

    This is the first official version of GCPT. This table is public domain, kinda like easyTIM.



    Feel free to comment.

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    what are the colors and numbers? (sorry if that's a dumb question)
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    Quote Originally Posted by redbaron View Post
    what are the colors and numbers? (sorry if that's a dumb question)
    Numbers designate correlations.

    Colours designate the same thing. Uncoloured combinations don't exist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ifmd95 View Post
    so the commas would be decimal points in U.S. notation? but then how can you have multiple perfect correlations in a single row or column? and wouldn't only correlations of zero "not exist"?
    Even a correlation of .500 designates a combination that doesn't exist, because .600 < .618

    In France, we use commas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ifmd95 View Post
    The significance of .618 being the reciprocal of Phi?
    yeah

    Quote Originally Posted by ifmd95 View Post
    I assumed correlation to mean empirical frequency. If not, then what more specifically does each cell signify? (How were the values derived?)
    they aren't frequencies, but rather correlation indices.

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    For those who like Enneagram :

    1 : J
    2 : F
    3 : ET + IST
    4 : I
    5 : I + EN
    6 : (J - ESTJ) + (FP - ESFP)
    7 : E
    8 : IS + ET
    9 : (P - ESTP) + ENFJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by machintruc View Post
    For those who like Enneagram :

    1 : J
    2 : F
    3 : ET + IST
    4 : I
    5 : I + EN
    6 : (J - ESTJ) + (FP - ESFP)
    7 : E
    8 : IS + ET
    9 : (P - ESTP) + ENFJ
    yeah I agree with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by machintruc View Post
    For those who like Enneagram :

    1 : J
    2 : F
    3 : ET + IST
    4 : I
    5 : I + EN
    6 : (J - ESTJ) + (FP - ESFP)
    7 : E
    8 : IS + ET
    9 : (P - ESTP) + ENFJ
    Three I can only see LSI for if they are introverted, sensory, and logical (SLI seems stupid, but I'd love to hear a case). I find it extremely difficult to see anything but intuition for the Four. Nine is ridiculous. The rest I can see the case for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra View Post
    Three I can only see LSI for if they are introverted, sensory, and logical (SLI seems stupid, but I'd love to hear a case). I find it extremely difficult to see anything but intuition for the Four. Nine is ridiculous. The rest I can see the case for.


    0-+ SLI



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    Sorry, Ez


    EDIT: You remind me Phaedrus


    What's the problem with Nine ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by machintruc View Post

    Sorry, Ez


    EDIT: You remind me Phaedrus
    lol, i've thought this quite often.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ifmd95 View Post
    The prediction curve regressed onto the response variable? ("r sub c")
    The response variable regressed onto the explanatory variable? ("r", more common of the two)

    And then what are your variables?

    It would be more useful if you explained how the values were derived.
    I just computed correlation scores and normalised them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ifmd95 View Post
    well you can normalize data a number of ways. variances are normalized for sample size. you can calculate r correlation from variance. but because of cancelling out in the numerator and denominator of the r calculation, there's often no need to normalize the result. although if you're doing something like signal or image processing -- there are normalization procedures there including scale and contrast.

    if you had to turn this in for a grade, how would you show your work?
    In a less draft-like way.

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    wow, you're really taking this seriously.
    well, if you are going to approach this topic (which is a lame topic), then this is definitely the best way to do so.
    but you need more research
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