Development Levels Database | Preview Nov 6, 2018 16:53:21 GMT -5 by Auburn sitbone, Aqua, and 2 more like this
Post by Auburn on Nov 6, 2018 16:53:21 GMT -5
Download Link: drive.google.com/file/d/11DWP6A1y1Dbq-pS1lmQlrk1jAlb9O8gl/view?usp=sharing
Hello, I'm excited to present a preview (9/16 types) of the Development Levels Database, in preparation for the full release in January. I am presenting this update now as a Beta version to facilitate conversation and to function as a better alternative to the outdated database we presently have, until the database is fully complete.
As with anything in life, this database isn't perfect. Specifically, the Adaptive/Directive and Seelie/Unseelie categories are a spectrum, and we haven't quite pinned down the vultology of the middle area even though the extremes are well represented and categories. However, I anticipate the changes that may occur will scale down considerably from the previous type-hopping, to development-hopping. That's to say, we may turn more of the discussion to the details of their development, rather than the type themselves.
Tips on How to Use:
The link leads to an online-view Excel sheet, but it is better if you download it using the download arrow icon to the top right. Once downloaded you can do more things with it such as:
On the "Home" tab, use the "Sort & Filter" option and hit "Custom Sort". Here, be sure to click the checkbox to the top left for "My Data Has Headers" and then you can sort the database in whatever order you'd like.
For example, you can Sort EQ --> Gender --> Attitude of F. Or in any arrangement to see the type comparisons you wish to see. The database in its default state is sorted as per the graphic above. You can sort it this way to return it to the default settings.
Four-Way Split Screen:
When you click on the video link of a sample, you'll be redirected to a browser tab.
1) Hold and Drag the Tab out of your browser and to the center of your screen.
2) Snap the Tab to one corner of your screen by leading your mouse to the edge of your monitor.
3) Repeat for as many Tabs as you'd like to do side-by-side comparisons:
I want to say thank you to all our video volunteers also, for supporting this research project. There are some gaps in the database that couldn't be filled without you. And if anyone else would like to contribute their video to the database, please feel free to let me know!