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There are four style identifiers, (D) DRIVER, (P) PROMOTER, (S) SUPPORTER and (A) ANALYSER. When blended together in varying percentages, these four personality styles make us who we are.

Drivers have a high desire to achieve. They are self-motivated, independent and highly individualistic. They like a fast-paced environment. They enjoy competition and challenge. They want to do it their way.
Promoters are independent, outgoing  individuals who like socialising and meeting people. They are enthusiastic and optimistic. They make friends easily and are inspirational and popular.
Supporters are dependable, practical and kind people. They want to help others. They prefer to work in teams and they dislike rapid change. They prefer a secure and constant environment that is free of conflict.
Analysers are perfectionists who look to systems, rules and order within a structured environment. They are accurate and  precise. They are reserved, detailed  and logical, and follow rules and standards.

Analyser Driver career options

For Analyser Drivers the ideal job is to work in careers that require factual, non-emotional assessment, where logic and procedures are well structured and provide you with support where you can perform to a high standard. You are a results oriented person so jobs in management such as office, administration, accounting etc are ideal. You produce high quality work. Your focus is on procedures and systems, using your skills and technical expertise.

Your Analyser Driver style

Analyser Drivers are task oriented and don’t like to spend a lot of time talking or at meetings. You are in control of your emotions and tend to remain cool and less interested in people than the task at hand. As a combination of these two styles you are results oriented and at the same time you are driven to be accurate and precise. This combination is powerful and inventive.
As an Analyser Driver you tend to make decisions about the simple stuff quickly but prefer to take longer to evaluate the situation before making decisions about more complex issues. You are more cautious when it comes to personal decisions and are often seen as cool and aloof, detached from others. Often described as creative, you are quick thinking and inventive. You analyse all your options internally, you ask questions of yourself and respond accordingly. You think through the issues.  //觉得自己反应不是很快,新知识新东西都要花费一定的时间去消化,可能从前一直混迹与“头子活络”的小伙伴们,对比口齿伶俐的朋友,我有点木。
You like to control your emotions and expressions and you set yourself high standards. Failure is not an option. You don’t like being criticised and you don’t appreciate it when your work is questioned. You may respond sharply to those who dare challenge you.
Analyser Drivers tend to look forward to the future. You also tend to think differently, more creatively, more outside the ordinary. This keeps you motivated and focused. Boredom and repetition are your worst nightmare. Given that you are forward looking, you are unique in your ability to consider past, present and future needs. //我乐意做重复的工作,不过前提是有意义的。
Analyser Drivers are often instrumental in change. With perfectionist tendencies, you are a talented planner. You have a strong ability to analyse and solve problems. You do it your way and will often arrive at a solution that has been untested. You enjoy constantly looking for new ideas and might even keep a pen and paper by your bed in case you wake up with an idea or you may keep them in your car to record thoughts as you travel. A voice memo recorder is often an Analyser Driver’s essential tool.
Analyser Drivers want to achieve results that are precise, accurate and detailed. You excel when the responsibility to act independently has been given. This is particularly true in situations where the job requires detailed technical knowledge.
Analyser Drivers are highly intelligent and provided sufficient time is allowed, you will complete projects accurately and thoroughly. An Analyser Driver will pursue all possible avenues to arrive at a solution. You enjoy solving problems, especially in situations where others have tried and failed. //说我智商高,总是令人高兴啊。

Your work-related strengths

• Ability to see possibilities and implications
• Aptitude for creative problem-solving
• Ability to examine issues objectively
• Understanding of complex issues
• Drive and ambition to succeed
• Confidence and natural leadership ability
• Strong motivation to be competent and to excel //认识excel这个单词是在学习office软件,以至后来看到excel at sth.,总是莫名其妙,也算是一则轶事吧。
• High standards and strong work ethic
• Logical and analytical decision-making skills
• Decisiveness and strong organisational skills
• Comfort with technology

Words that describe you

Inventive, creative, demanding, assertive, forward thinking, forceful, reserved, thoughtful, logical, active, alert, results orientated, direct, self-starter, systematic, precise, accurate, perfectionist.

Your ideal job environment

For Analyser Drivers it’s working with systems and data Analyser Drivers are best where:
• Critical thinking is needed and rewarded
• Assignments can be followed through to completion
• Technical task-oriented work is required
• Quality and standards are important
• There is freedom from control and supervision
• Challenges and rewards exist
• Relationships skills are not required //看到这条,我笑了,看来论属性,我和机器更有共同点。
• They are able to make decisions

Things you like

• Practical ideas and suggestions
• To know exactly what’s needed to be done
• To finish what you start
• Doing things you know you’re good at
• Clear directions so you don’t make mistakes
• Things to think about and plan
• To think about the future
• New ideas and challenges
• To make things happen
• To show you can do it for yourself
• To be respected for what you can do

What you are good at

• Working carefully
• Being thorough
• Maintaining your focus
• Solving problems
• Looking for logical results
• Organising material
• Evaluating situations
• Thinking things through
• Overcoming obstacles
• Accepting challenges
• Getting results
• Doing things right

People with an ANALYSER DRIVER style similar to yours make a difference by:

Being realistic
You are a logical person and make a difference by not getting emotionally caught up in the problem. By making realistic plans and decisions based on facts and data, you reduce conflict and stress.
Moving one step at a time
You generally tend to work through problems and tasks one step at a time. You work logically and encourage slow but steady progress. You make a difference by being orderly and systematic.
Applying rules
You respect authority and are willing to use your authority with a sense of fairness. You understand that rules are meant to be followed because they create order and a method by which things get done. You make a difference by sticking to procedures and systems.
Keeping things simple
You make a difference by using your natural talent to produce timetables, plans and goals. You make things easier by simplifying procedures. You have an ability to identify the steps needed to implement a plan and to set out the things that need to be done.
Getting it done on time
You are realistic and strive for results such as getting things done on time, or saving money or figuring out how to be more productive. You want to see tasks completed efficiently. You make a difference by ensuring that things are done correctly and deadlines are met.
Gathering information
Your strengths in gathering and collating information make a difference by enabling you to produce factual material such as manuals and text books and enabling you to store information so that it can be accessed efficiently.
Finding mistakes
You are good at finding mistakes and preventing problems before they happen. You double-check your work and that of others. This often leads to uncovering mistakes and seeing problems before they occur. You make a difference by your thoroughness, eye for detail and research.
Setting high standards
Your natural instincts to win mean that you set high standards for yourself and others. You make a difference by encouraging others to be the best they can be and not to expect anything less than success. You respect loyalty and hard work.
Solving problems
You are a natural and gifted problem solver. You make a difference by being able to get to the core of a problem and provide solutions that work. You see the problem as a challenge rather than a setback, and this gives you the clarity to see through it.

Your learning style

Analysers perceive information factually and process it deliberately. You learn by listening to and thinking about the information. You like to deal with facts and want to know what their teachers think. You do well at subjects that require abstract concepts, logical thinking, theories and analysis.
Analysers learn in a step-by-step approach and need time to think things over. Learning must have structure. Analysers are good at setting time aside to complete assignments. You don’t like to rush or be late and like to have projects completed early. Analysers are usually the first students to arrive inclass and are the most prepared. //这点完全正确,我无法和患有拖延症的人达成共识。
Analysers can think through their experiences, judge the accuracy of what they encounter and examine details and specifics. You excel in traditional learning environments. You study and read, and like to know how things work and you thrive on stimulating lectures and teachers who know their subject and can challenge them. You tackle problems as you do assignments and learning – logically. You seek facts and want to be as knowledgeable and accurate as possible.
Analysers want to do what’s “right”. You like clearly defined goals and rules. You learn best in a tightly controlled environment and make sense out of confusing information. You are usually neat and tidy and like everything to be in its right place.

Personal development

• Learn to respect people’s personal worth as much as their knowledge //没有knowledge的人,我直接pass,如何再深究?
• Develop a tolerance for conflict and imperfection//例如对团队中的拖延症病人,我没办法容忍。
• Learn to focus on “who” people are, rather than “what” they do//什么时候又要学习开始对人不对事呢?
• Set more realistic expectations of yourself and others
• Don’t retreat into your shell, verbalise more about how you feel
• Discover how your natural abilities and strengths can achieve great results
• Reduce the pressure you put on yourself to perform at the highest level all the time//Yoga是放松身心的活动,可是也被我当成了竞技,这点很不好。
• Avoid paralysis by analysis. Don’t dwell too long and procrastinate
• Don’t get lost in the detail, look at the big picture
• Learn a new subject you might not have considered before

//除了前三点可能无法改正外,其余的都是我努力的目标,我很没有big picture的眼光和气度,所以常常斤斤计较患得患失,不过也有灵光乍现般说服自己人都是一死百了的物件,便陡然生出壮士断腕的气壮山河,去做big decision。






  1. There are also ways to account for, or “control”, differences between groups statistically, as with the inclusion of covariates in a linear model. Unfortunately, as Levin (1985) points out, there are problems with this approach, too. One can never be sure one has accounted for all the important variables, and inclusion of such controls depends on certain assumptions which may or may not be satisfied in a given situation (see below for more on assumptions).

  2. Well I appreciate the information but this seems to be going a lot more precise than I need. I’m not doing hearing tests here. My system is working well; I just was unclear how some parts of it work and figured I might be able to improve it.I’m using a simple windowing system that just multiplies the samples by a quadratic, as it looked from the example images (can’t remember where they were) like that’s basically what they did. (The amplitude of the wave went from being constant to a quadratic shape.) Would the Blackman function be a considerable improvement over this?I’m going to implement some of these changes now and see if it makes a big difference. Thanks for all the advice.(Interestingly we covered logarithms and the decibel scale in math just a couple weeks before you posted that. )[edit] Well the Blackman function seems to give a much more accurate result than a quadratic did (after changing the scale of the final result from 150000000000 to 300000), but applying a log scale to the result and/or using the conjugate (as opposed to simply real * imag) seems to significantly reduce the accuracy of the graph. By this I mean without those two I can clearly see the peaks jumping and moving in time with the sound, but when using one (or both) of them, I can really only make it out when there are very few frequencies playing. I left those in the code so they can be toggled back on if necessary. I suppose applying the log scale to both axes would help?

  3. There exist a certain class of problems that although they are solvable in principle they require so much time or space that it is not practical to attempt to solve them. These problems are called intractable .


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