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If your code includes SP, your best fit pattern is probably Artisan
If your code includes SJ, your best fit pattern is probably Guardian
If your code includes NT, your best fit pattern is probably Rational
If your code includes NF, your best fit pattern is probably Idealist
Remove the letters for your suggest best fit pattern (above) and the I or E at the start of your Myers-Briggs code and you will be left with a single letter. This may indicate a secondary pattern for you:

If you are left with P, your secondary pattern is probably Artisan
If you are left with J, your secondary pattern is probably Guardian
If you are left with T, your secondary pattern is probably Rational
If you are left with F, your secondary pattern is probably Idealist
Armed with some indication of your Temperament preferences, we are ready to examine the four Temperaments briefly.
Only a Game: Introduction to Temperament Theory
 

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I think you can continue all the way to four temperaments.

The third should be the remaining one most closely matching your primary temperament:
(1st) NT -> NF (3rd)
NF -> NT
SP -> SJ
SJ -> SP
SJ -> SP

The fourth the remaining temperament. I feel OK with this hierarchy of temperaments. I do not relate to SJ... ;)
For example, F shows up in the correct place from a functions view.

ENTP: NT, SP, NF, SJ
ESTJ: SJ, NT, SP, NF
INFJ: NF, SJ, NT, SP
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Well what I took from the article is that each temperament puts an emphasis on one letter in your type code.
So SPs its the P or Se function
NT its the T function
NF its the F function
SJ its the J or Si function
But if switch S and N you get a secondary function
 
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