The interactive graphic over to the left randomly generates figures, with their taxonomic, cognitive, and linguistic affiliations.
The blue link shows the Cognitive Affinit(y/ies) of the figure.
The green link shows the Linguistic Domain(s) of the figure.
The orange link shows the Taxonomic Class of the figure.
This (beta-version) site charts rhetorical figures and their interactions, largely around the chiastic suite, figures of inverse repetition ("I meant what I said and I said what I meant—an elephant's faithful, one hundred percent" [Seuss]).
Figures are social animals, though, and often travel in packs. Mesodiplosis, for instance, is a figure of medial repetition with frequently accompanies chiastic figures ("I meant what I said and I said what I meant").
Parison, a figure of syntactic repetition, is also a regular travelling companion ("I meant what I said" and "I said what I meant" have exactly the same Pronoun — Verb — Complement — Pronoun — Verb structure).
Meanwhile, Isocolon is a figure of prosodic repetition, and it often accompanies Parison ("I meant what I said" and "I said what I meant" have the same intonation patterns).
And then there are figures that are less predictable. They just show up for some additional effect, like rhyme, a figure of final syllable repetition ("I meant what I said and I said what I meant—an elephant's faithful, one hundred percent"). So, there are a lot of figures in here.