Wittlich Character Diagram

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This project simplifies the creation and useage of the Wittlich Character Diagram.

Project Description

Despite being arguably the best validated system of handwriting analysis, the Wittlich Character Diagram remains relatively unknown, and seldom used. Whilst the language barrier is a factor --- most material is written in German --- its complexity, and error-proneness, especially when done manually, are major obstacles in its adoption. In the early nineteen nineties, the Wittlich Character Diagram gained some traction, following the release of a program that did the prequisite calculations. This program was written for DOS 3.3, and as that operating system melted into obsolecence, so users migrated back to other systems of handwriting analysis. The beta release uses the Revised Version of the Wittlich Character Diagram, with twelve spokes on the wheel, and an additional, non-chartered spoke. If I obtain the appropriate Counting Table and Evaluation Chart, the Stable Release will include the ability to generate the data for the Original Version of the Wittlich Character Diagram. If one has the appropriate Counting Table, and Evaluation Chart, additional spokes, such as employability, can be easilly added. For template related issues, send email to ODF_Templates@groups.io. To learn how to use the Wittlich Character Diagram, study _Towards Scientific Graphology_ by Dafna Yalon & Rudi Danor. ISBN 965-294-046-1.



Current Release

No stable release available yet.

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