This calculation refers to the system "Astrological algorithm" Tarasov's V.V.
With the help of this table, the analysis of the influence of the activity of some houses (vertical row) on others (horizontal row) is carried out.
"own" houses are highlighted in green, "strangers" are highlighted in red. The house whose signifier is located in the lower hemisphere is considered to be "His" home. Accordingly, "alien" - when he is in the upper hemisphere of the birth chart. At the same time, the motivation to be active in one's home occurs at the request of the cardholder, and in someone else's – under the influence of the partner's activity. The signifiers are configured directly in this block.
The numbers in the table are indicators of energy connections, which are important indicators in assessing the impact of one house on another. Any energy connection is a certain kind of relationship that allows you to transform and implement the means of the house in question into any other house of the birth card. Moreover, one number shows the count of the number of houses clockwise, and the other – against. Any of these numbers can be both in the numerator (the cause of the relationship) and in the denominator (their consequence). It depends on which energy connection relates to the cause and which to the effect of the relationship. The energy connection of the cause is determined based on the position of the steward of the house, relative to which the position of the selected house is considered (horizontal row). If the ruler is on the arc between the initial cusp and the cusp relative to which he is considered (in the course of the Zodiac), then this value of the energy connection is considered the cause of the relationship. Accordingly, the second energy connection should always be considered a consequence of the relationship. The controllers are also configured in the same block.
You can change the colors of "your" and "other people's" houses, as well as hide/show the settings at your discretion, from the context menu by right-clicking on the table field.
You can learn about the method itself from the author's books, or his articles on forum.