Word Analysis of Indonesian Keirsey Temperament

https://doi.org/10.22146/ijccs.58595

Ahmad Fikri Iskandar(1*), Ema Utami(2), Agung Budi Prasetio(3)

(1) AMIKOM University Yogyakarta
(2) AMIKOM University Yogyakarta
(3) AMIKOM University Yogyakarta
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Personality uniquely relates to our feeling and pattern to the aspect of actions. This behavior will change through the experience, formal education, and the surrounding environment. This works based on the Keirsey Temperament Sorter, a personality questionnaire developed by David Keirsey. This model divides the personality into four categories as Idealists, Rationals, Guardians, and Artisans. This concept is commonly recognized for the interpretation of specialist trends, potentially contributes to the process of recruitment or selection, and potential fields for analysis of social media data. Words selected by using Chi-Square with an error of 5%. Accuracy of the lexicon approach is 34%, while the best machine learning approach is Random Forest algorithm with 69.59%


Keywords


Keirsey; Temperament; Personality; Chi-Square

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