* This page uses the dual tetrahedron (two-dot) method for projecting state-information on a 6-variable 5-simplex into three as well as two dimensions. The model is mouse-rotatable. Hit Reload and Update to reset with current values. The yellow dot (with drop lines) is labeled with the sum p2+p4+p6. In terms of the community simplex model, that's the sum of outward-looking weights (pair, consensus and observation) and thus a propensity toward adventure. It's also the fractional weight associated with vertices of the yellow triangle, when the latter is seen as a ternary diagram that divides that sum between skin, family and culture boundary layers. The cyan dot is labeled with p246's complement, namely p1+p3+p5. As the sum of inward-looking weights with respect to skin, family, and culture, this is both a propensity to nurture and the fractional weight associated with vertices of the cyan triangle. That triangle as ternary diagram allocates the propensity to nurture across those three boundary layers as well. Note that drop lines to the edges of each triangle are proportional to the focus in each direction, and hence should add to a constant.