Beyond the Myers Briggs Type Indicator the NEO Personality Inventory is widely known and used. It is a further development of the so called five factor model by P. T. Costa, Jr., and R. R. McCrae.
Because this model with its scales can be easily used for digital data analysis, it is very common and also plays a major role in the data industry today. It is used there for the creation of psychometric profiles, for example for targeted advertising.
Psycometrics and the OCEAN model
"Psychometric profiling is the process by which your actions are used to infer your personality."
- Psychometric Profiling: Persuasion by Personality in Elections).
- A showcase, how algorithms perceive personalities: Your Data Mirror
Revised NEO Personality Inventory (also: OCEAN)
Openness to experience
Aesthetics, feelings, actions, ideas, values
Competence, order, dutifulness, striving to achieve, self-discipline, deliberation
Warmth, gregariousness, assertiveness, activity, seeking excitement, positive emotion
Trust, straightforwardness, altruism, compliance, modesty, tendermindedness
Anxiety, hostility, depression, self-consciousness,impulsiveness, vulnerability to stress 
- Revised NEO Personality Inventory @Wikipedia
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