In "The Case of Comparative Quantitative Measures of Culture: The Many Dimensions of Geert Hofstede," John Bing describes insights from Geert Hofstede's quantitative research of cultural differences. It describes the six dimensions in Hofstede's framework: Individualism, Power Distance, Certainty, Achievement, Time Orientation and Indulgence. It features interesting data about the influence of age and education on national culture. It also includes a chart that maps individual results along two cultural dimensions: Individualism and Power Distance. Interestingly, results from New York City coalesce around the concept of Autonomy, or the overlap of Individual and Participative orientations. Results from Mumbai coalesce around the concept of Multi-Level Consultation, or the overlap of Group and Participative orientations.