I want to emphasize that this is pure classical socionics. I have not added anything new to the theory. These diagrams are simply a tool for understanding Model A, or any other similar model.
I invented these diagrams so the average person can use the dichotomy structure correctly. I'm posting this here to see if it make sense so far and I'll make changes based of your feedback.
Excel Program (now with a Comprehensive Tutorial):
This is where I would start. This excel program is a hands on demonstration of these concepts. It includes a newly completed tutorial which will teach you everything you need to know about type dichotomies, as well as a dichotomy calculator and a working outline of a test.
Please download and open in excel so it can work properly. Enable editing and content for all the features.
A section of the interactive tutorial:
New to the latest version, the sixth tab "Random Experiment" allows you create and record random inputs (based on the setting on the input tab). Be careful not to run too many cycles or it will take a long time to complete. I've also included the results of "100,000 random cycles" on the 7th tab, which took me 11 hours to generate and a nice histogram distribution on the 8th tab.
This is my first draft. I'm still working on this
Small Group List:
HD Video Model
(right click on video and select "loop")