This data-set was kindly sent by Mark Pottenger, as used in his CCRS computer program around 1990. (He prepared this, after the Gauquelin data had all been re-checked using the ACS (Astro-computing Services) computer and converted into digital form, in the 1980s by Neil Michelson and Tom Shanks in California).
The data here gives the main professional groups, as the Gauquelins published them, with frequencies for all planets both observed and expected (i.e. 'control' values) for all of the 12, 18 and 36-fold divisions of the diurnal circle, i.e 'Gauquelin sectors'.
This data is probably the best possible source for the expected planetary scores in Key Sectors, and used what Mark Pottenger called his 'Astro-demographic' frequency method. It covers the nine different Gauquelin professional groups, with two text files for each of these. These give the expected (e) and observed (s) values for the eminent actors (1409), sports champions (2088), journalists (675), military (3046), musicians (1248), painters (1472), politicians (1002), scientists (3643) and writers (1352).
2b Graph of expected frequencies for the twelve G-sectors for four planets
2c Expected frequencies for five planets, summing the two Key Sectors 1+4, as a percentage of the total groups: for six professional groups: Actors, sports champions, military, painters, scientists and writers. These are the chance-expected levels using M.P.'s 'astro-demographic' method.