Other well known distributions are discrete probability distribution.
But, which is the compatibility distribution curve using the NORMATIVE 16PF5 personality test for any given person?
Nobody had published that information for public or Academic scrutiny yet, because
Worldwide, there are over 5,000 -five thousand- online dating sites
but no one is using the 16PF5 to assess personality of its members!
but no one calculates similarity with a quantized pattern comparison method!
but no one can show Compatibility Distribution Curves to each and every of its members!
but no one is scientifically proven!
My bet, an AVERAGE compatibility (personality similarity) distribution curve using the 16PF5 test is a curve that resembles the SHAPE of the normal distribution;
but EACH compatibility (personality similarity) distribution curve using the 16PF5 test for ANY given person is not necessarily a curve like the normal distribution.
for men and women, normal_persons* over 26 years old.
*normal_persons: persons with 23 pairs of chromosomes and any psycho-patologies.
If you are a dater please do not renew your eHarmony's subscription or Chemistry's subscription yet. eHarmony's team plans to launch a completely new site in few weeks, before February 2012, using a copycat of the 16PF5 to assess personality, instead of the Big5. NEW SITE AND NEW MATCHING ALGORITHM because they are alerted that Match's Team is testing a new compatibility matching algorithm using the 16PF5 test, to replace Chemistry, a 6+ years old and obsolete site based on an IPSATIVE personality model, which also has a low success rate and high level of false positives.
I will be posting screenshots and insightful comments soon, comparing both proposals and check if they can break the "online dating sound barrier" or not.
I had challenged both eHarmony and Match to show those Compatibility Distribution Curves for each and every dater, i.e. how compatible you are with the rest of the daters.