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    In an effort to help my friends understand Socionics better, I've been working on a spreadsheet describing the Model A. My goal is to keep it simple and comprehensible, while giving the user a better understanding of the theory. I'm posting it here because I need feedback! What can I do to make it better? Is it already good enough? Please, let me know what you think.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...LWlFnbEE#gid=0

    This should probably be moved to Alternate Theories.
    Last edited by dragifon; 09-15-2012 at 07:52 AM. Reason: I just realized that I put this in the wrong section. It should probably be moved to alternate theories.

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    Hm... I don't know how comprehensible it would be to a Socionics newbie, but it's a nice reference chart. I like it. And I'm not gonna lie; the color-coordination is awesome. I'm guessing there is a reason 1, 3, 5, and 7 are all bolder colors, but I am not entirely sure what that reason is. Actually, scratch that. It seems to be tied to Accepting/Producing; that's not obviously apparent, which may be something to consider improving. I can see why you might not want the A/P label at the top, but it kinda bugs me sitting at the bottom.

    It doesn't seem like something that should be moved to Alternate Theories. It's just a chart explaining Model A.
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    Well originally the accepting functions all had black backgrounds, and the producing functions all had white backgrounds. I changed it to darker and lighter colors because I wanted to make the relationship with the blocks more obvious. Should I change it back? Here's how it would look.

    Socionics About Model A.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by warioiscool View Post
    Well originally the accepting functions all had black backgrounds, and the producing functions all had white backgrounds. I changed it to darker and lighter colors because I wanted to make the relationship with the blocks more obvious. Should I change it back? Here's how it would look.

    Socionics About Model A.jpg
    Hm.... I really like the colors, and they go nicely with the Model A blocks, but I think the black and white makes the Accepting/Producing association clearer.
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    Which is more important, the association that the colors add to the block, or the association that the black and white adds to accepting/producing?

    I guess I could use the color of the text to make the accepting/producing relationship clearer. That would be good. I think. Let me try that. ... Here's how that looks.

    Socionics About Model A.jpg
    Last edited by dragifon; 09-20-2012 at 08:18 PM.

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    Posting here just so I can stop seeing warioiscool on the main page. Though Wario is pretty sweet, but starting to get a little annoying.

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    I think your chart is sexy.

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    Sweet chart. Great way to condense the information, easily accessible (meaning easily comprehended in this sense) reference tool, well done.
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    Te dominance unquestionable.

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    Oh wow! I got a lot more feedback than I had expected

    Quote Originally Posted by polikujm View Post
    Posting here just so I can stop seeing warioiscool on the main page. Though Wario is pretty sweet, but starting to get a little annoying.
    Uhhhmm, do you suggest that I change my username?

    Quote Originally Posted by Absurd View Post
    Te dominance unquestionable.
    Lol. Te ignoring. Nice try, but I've been studying Socionics for at least 4 years now, so I think I know my type. Is not my making of a chart to better enhance the UNDERSTANDING of an ABSTRACT CONCEPT for others more evident of Ti?

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    Quote Originally Posted by warioiscool View Post
    Lol. Te ignoring. Nice try, but I've been studying Socionics for at least 4 years now, so I think I know my type. Is not my making of a chart to better enhance the UNDERSTANDING of an ABSTRACT CONCEPT for others more evident of Ti?
    I wasn't serious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absurd View Post
    I wasn't serious.
    Oh, my bad.

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    Great.


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    Quote Originally Posted by warioiscool View Post
    Lol. Te ignoring. Nice try, but I've been studying Socionics for at least 4 years now, so I think I know my type. Is not my making of a chart to better enhance the UNDERSTANDING of an ABSTRACT CONCEPT for others more evident of Ti?
    Can you provide a similar table describing the information elements

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    Quote Originally Posted by warioiscool View Post
    Well originally the accepting functions all had black backgrounds, and the producing functions all had white backgrounds. I changed it to darker and lighter colors because I wanted to make the relationship with the blocks more obvious. Should I change it back? Here's how it would look.

    Socionics About Model A.jpg
    Thank you, I love reading new descriptions

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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    Can you provide a similar table describing the information elements
    Sure thing bub.

    Quote Originally Posted by Diam0nd View Post
    Thank you, I love reading new descriptions
    You're welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warioiscool View Post
    Oh, my bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    Can you provide a similar table describing the information elements
    Here's a link to what I've got so far. I'm not really sure what you're looking for, could you explain what you want in a little more detail? Were you just wanting short descriptions of the elements; how they relate to the functions; or something else?

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...VE&output=html
    Last edited by dragifon; 12-27-2012 at 11:49 AM. Reason: Forgot to post the link

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    Quote Originally Posted by warioiscool View Post
    Here's a link to what I've got so far. I'm not really sure what you're looking for, could you explain what you want in a little more detail? Were you just wanting short descriptions of the elements; how they relate to the functions; or something else?

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...VE&output=html
    I was thinking something regarding the dichotomies


    Static Ne Ti Se Fi "Snapshots"
    Dynamic Si Fe Ni Te Objects and fields in motion
    Extroverted Ne Fe Se Te Things as independent of other things
    Introverted Si Ti Ni Fi Relationships between things
    External Si Ti Se Te Explicit, directly sensible content of reality
    Internal Ne Fe Ni Fi Implicit, indirectly perceivable content of reality
    Irrational Si Ne Ni Se Raw, unfiltered information
    Rational Ti Fe Fi Te Interpreted information

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