chart reading question
I just joined the site. I tried learning chart making around 10 years ago, but let it slip by all those years ago. I wanted to begin learning chart making and reading again and had a question on the reading of charts.
So, sometimes you get a balanced chart where things are pretty evenly spread out.
Sometimes you get one that divides the chart into four pieces making it look like a pinwheel with how the groupings are in two major areas with blank spaces in between.
Sometimes you get one where everything is piled into one house or almost everything is in one house but one or two land in nearby houses.
Or you get one where the chart is half one half covered, the other half blank
The question is: I recall that there were names for these grouping shapes and that the groupings should also be taken into account when making the chart. Am I just imagining this or is it true? If it is can someone direct me to a site, book, or something to help me with them please?